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Full text of "Weymouth High School/Technical High School yearbook"

THE TUFTS LIBRARY 



PROPERTY OF THE 

TUFTS LIBRARY 

WEYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS 

W. C. 
Ref. 

Added January ...l.2 > ...i.98.it Clas8 No ★9 7)1.1.7 

19^14 

Author Weymouth ...High. S.c.hQ.Q.1 



Title ..Year book 




3 1648 00232 7129 





Class of 1954 
Weymouth 
Massachusetts 



JAN 1 2 '04 



ATTAINMENT 



We step beyond the magic walls; 
We breathe the foreign air; 
And side by side we gaze in awe 
At all the beauty there. 

We walk together haltingly, 
And think, with trembling lip, 
( )l all the varied memories 
That mark our finished trip. 

But now the time to leave has come; 
All start a chosen e nd. 
Departing from our school da\ friends 
For another trip to we nd. 

We seek the many promises 
Of know ledge and careers. 
Although the future now looks bright, 
Tomorrow could hold tears. 

One and all are happy, though, 
As we stand before the door 
That leads to all the joys of liie 
For the Class ot - | . 




The Weymouth High School Yearbook 
is published by the pupils of Weymouth 
High School, Weymouth, Massachusetts. 

Editor: 

Nancy J. Masters 

Art Editor: 

Maureen A. Brown 

Business Manager: 
Helen D. Bodel 

Staff: 

John R. Burgess, Elaine Kurtis, 
Robert J. McKenna, Ouster R. 
Miller, Paula Murphy, Richard 
A. Robinson 

Faculty Adxnsers: 

Mr. Prescott Brown, Mr. Win iam 
Kearns, Miss Evelyn Silvester, 
Miss Mary Toomey, and Miss 
Alice White 



Printed by pupils of the Printing Department, 
Weymouth Vocational School; Mr. John Collins. Mr. 
George Nott, Mr. Herman Perry, Instructors. 





□ □ □ 



TN APPRECIATION for the many 
years of service which he has 
spent in Weymouth, the Senior 
Class of Weymouth High School 
dedicates this yearbook to Harry 
Arlanson, the head coach of Wey- 
mouth from 1935 to 1954. The effect 
of his inspiring leadership and his 
great abilities in the field of ath- 
letics will always be remembered. 



POLICY COMMITTEE 



Maio Werill 

I i i/ vb] i ii DeBuigw 

l\ \\ MOM) F K I I \l AN 

Be i te I -i wis 
Patricia Mom 
(Catherine Ri n nolds 

( . \ll SH Mil'. a/ 



CONTENTS 



Dedication 5 

Policy Committee 6 

Four- Year Honor Roll 8 

Faculty 9 

Class Officers 15 

Seniors 19 

Class History 47 

Who's What 56 

Informals 59 

High Honor Essays 63 

Class Activities 73 

Class Will 97 

Advertisements 105 



Pa i ricia Hri I IAIN 
John BURGESS 
Jo.w ( Ihurchill 
Janet Cowe 
Evelyn Daniels 
William Dun< \n 
[oan Dutson 
Raymond Fri em \\ 
Richard ( . \i i in 
FRAN( is K I LCOURSI 

Nancy M \m ers 
Frances Nenna 
J \y\i Pra I I 
Richard Robinson 



FOUR -YEAR 



HIGH HONORS 



VOCATIONAL 
J < )l I \ II VZLETT 



FOUR-YEAR HONORS 



|ow Bush 

VeRNA C.ARl'SO 

Barbara Curi is 
S i r \r i Dean 
\\\i Grogan 
C»ARY Hochberc 
I AM I Hoering 
Jam r Johnson 
Pa i ricia Kim. 
Joan Knights 

ELAIN 1 k l R I is 

VOCATIONAL 

Howard Crocker 
Georce MacKenzie 
Donald McXeice 



\I VRILYN I .EWIS 
Joan Ll'KIS 

Paula Mi rim n 
Joan n i Neva 
Barbar \ Nicholls 
Richard Payni 
Doris Pigeon 
( ! vrolyn Pius 
Martha Salem m e 

J I AN Ni l I E SCOPA 
K. AN I A I RO 



Harold Pace. Jr. 
Donald Ross 
Fred Severance 



"Your (lass motto, 'Duty is OUTS} results are Cod's,' 

expresses a philosophy in one- short sentence which could 
easily be expanded to pages. Ii has been our hope while 
you were with us at Weymouth High School, that in addi 
lion to the book ol knowledge' which you obtained, you 
would also absorb an attitude and philosophy which would 
bring you to a conclusion similar to that expressed in your 
motto. 

"H each ol you will remember tins motto and make- it 
your personal duty not onh to sec.- thai your thoughts and 
acts arc properly controlled, but also to accept the duty of 
influencing other people to the same cud. I am confident 
t hat God will do his pari. 

I wish i he best ol luck to each and every one ol you. 
May continuous enthusiasm Foi the good things in life h ad 
you to the success you w ill so richly deserve." 

\\ 1 Wiiii n i 



□ □ □ 




ADMINISTRATION 




SUCCESS. 




Edna G. Flaherty 

Guidance, English 
W ALTER C. GUTTERSON 

Guidance 
Virginia Nye 

Guidance 
Phyllis F. Denault 

Secretary to Directors of Instruction 
and Guidance 



First Row: 

Josephine Dalto 
Assistant Secretary 

Laura Nash 

Secretary 
Helen A. Caulfield 

Secretary oj Vocational School 

Second Row: 

I homas A. Lyons 

Assistant Principal 
Wali ace L. Whittle 

Principal 
Francis E. Whipple 

Director of Construction and 

Maintenance 
Ray G. Parker 

Principal oj Vocational School 



GUIDANCE 




PHYSICAL EDUCATION 



First Row: 

Hfrberta L. Stockwell 

Nurse 
Mary E. Arnold 

Physical Education 
Barbara C. Phelps 

Physical Education 
Oral A. Pace 

Physical Education 
Harry Arlanson 

Coach 
Leo A. Hayes 

Physical Education 




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LANGUAGES 





First Row: 

Joseph McCarthy 
Social Studies 

John W. White 

Social Studies 

Second Row : 

R VI Pll I . I OK1H 

Social Studies 

RlCIIXRI) I . Willi MORE 

Social Studies 

Willi vm T. Ki WNS 

Social Studies 

J wins Steele 

Social Studies 

(Absent from Picture) 



SOCIAL STUDIES 



MATHEMATICS 
— SCIENCE 



1 £ 3 -V S. 
lllllllllllllllllllllll 




First Row: 

John F. Chiorse 

Science, Afdthefn&tit 1 

Waldo H. Swan 

Mathematics, Driver Education 

Alvah Raymond 
Mill hematics 






VOCATIONAL 




hint Row: 

(.Hlkl.l 1- . Noil 

I'tinting, Helaled Subjects 

II Mini n K. ( I \Kkt 

Sheet Metal 

Jmmm N. Nil mis 
Science, Carpentry, Cabinet- 

maktnsl 

I m n I". ( Mil sns 

Car/>rnlr\ 

(Mm H. M min 

(ivies. Guidance, Placement, 
hni'rr Education 

Second Rom 
Pan M- w Hi mxy 

iarprnlry 
Hi mm \s I . I'ikkv 

Printing 

(.(OKI. I Y. \\|MH\N 

. 1 14/" Mechanics 

I I w Is II. Hm ON 

Info hiechanici 

fosi I'll k uhii n Mon 
English, History 

Ci own H ki ii 
Drafting 

I hiril Rou : 

| \ Ml 1 I . Il<ll t\|> 

s/irr/ hiatal, Related Subject* 

I U in mi k II Hum l 

into Mechanics, Rotated 

Subjects 
W ll l l\M A l>» W K 

Ca binetmaking 
John F, Cm i ins 

/'urillfltf 

I mi A Km 
Engttsh, tiathatnatict 




HOME ECONOMICS 
AND AGRICULTURE 



First Row: 
Ei \ Skai.a 

Home Economics 
Esther L. Benson 

Home Economics 
Louise B. Masters 

Home Economics 

Second Row : 

1 1 vroi i> R. Nelson 

Agriculture 
M \kh K. Ghiorse 

English, Science, 
H ii mi r s. Nelson 

Agriculture 



Mathematics, Social Studies 





Marion Cazeault 
Treasurer 



Life is more than inert- existence; ii might be termed a 
game in whit h we all have a part. Those who are a< claimed 
winners deserve praise, while those who never try to do 
creditable work should receive no recognition. 

One needs only to do his best at all times to win in life. 

Often a person, himself, is his greatest competitor, the one 

against whom he has to wage the strongest fight. Never give 
up. always work hard, be determined to reach the goal ol 
\ i( tory. 

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BERNICE ADLER Bui 

Ambition: Airline hostess. 
Pet Peeve: Alarm clocks. 

"You bet." 
Graduation Clothing Committee 4. 



DONALD AIKEN'S Don 

Ambition: Commercial artist. 
Pet Peeve: Smiling people. 

"Excuse me, please!" 

Class President 3,-4; Football 1,2,3,4; Track 
1,2,3.4; Basketball 3,4; Junior Rotarian 3; 
Junior Party 3; Junior Decorating Commit- 
tee 3. 



ROBERT ARMOUR 



Bob 



Ambition: Certified Public Accountant. 
Pet Peeve: Girls with unnatural laughs. 

"How to go." 

Farewell Assembly 3: Junior Party 3; Type- 
writing Certificate 59. 3; Lunch Room As- 
sistant 1,2. 



I HOM \s \„( Bob 

Ambition: Chemical engineeer. 
Pet Peeve: Foreign languages. 

"No comment." 

Senior Party 4; Science Fair Committee 3; 
Science Fair Exhibit }; Laboratory Assistant 
3.4. A. V. Club 1. 



CHESTER AUSTIN 

Ambition: To be a T.V. comic. 
Pet Peeve: Staying awake. 

"A moron is more off than on." 

Open House Exhibit 1,2,3; Lunch Room 
Assistant 2. 



MARY AVERILL 



Ambition : 
Pet Peeve: 



Clerical worker. 
Homework. 

"It's only me!" 



State Festival 2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4; Miss 
Hackett s Supply Clerk 4; Pep Club 4; 
Typewriting Certificate 46, 3; Yearbook 
Policy Committee 4; Attendance Slips 4. 








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LEON AYVAZ 

Ambition: To be a millionaire. 

Pet Peeve: Certain teachers' remarks. 

"Oh, yeah!" 
Class Will 4; Open House Exhibit 1,2,3. 



KENNETH BAILEY 

Ambition: Physicist. 

Pet Peeve: Pupils that clown. 

"1 doubt that." 
Class Dues Collector 4. 



ROBERT BALFOUR 



Angus 



Ambition: To be a success. 
Pet Peeve: Mathematics. 

"Never do today what can be done 
tomorrow. " 

Science Fair Exhibit 3; Football Usher 4. 



CAROL BANCK 

Ambition: Show business. 

Pet Peeve: Peroxide streaks in dark hair. 

"// takes brains." 

Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, 3; Type- 
writing Certificate 49, 3; Miss Eenson's Sec- 
retary 4. 



Tony 



ANTHONY BARCELLOS 

Ambition: Metal worker. 
Pet Peeve: Slow drivers. 

"And away we go!" 

Lunch Room Assistant 2,3,4; Open House 
Exhibit 1,2,3,4. 



THOMAS BARNES Tex 

Ambition: Journalism. 

Pet Peeve: Filling out long forms. 

"How y' all?" 

Band 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4; Choir 3,4; 
State Festival 1,2,3,4; New England Festi- 
val 1; History Contest i; Open House 3. 



( I II \Ult \\< () 

Ambition: To be the best wife ever. 
Pet Peeve: Waking up in the morning. 

"Watih this one!" 
Girls High 1,2.3; Forum Club 2,3; His- 
tory Club s. A A. 1.2.3; Student Council 
I; Junior Party 3; Winter Concert Usher 4. 



Mil I M II MIHI I I 

Ambition; Medical secretary. 
Pet Peeve; "May I borrow?" 

"I forgo$." 

French Club 3; Pep Club 3.1; Band I; 
Home Room Messenger I ; State Music Fes- 
tival I ; Bad minton 3; Basketball 1.2; Senior 
Play Selection 4. 



ROBER1 It Ml 1 1 E I I Hob 

Ambition: To own a garage. 
Pet Peeve: Any sarcastic remark. 

that right?" 
Lumh Room Assistant 2. Open House Ex- 
hibit 1.2.3.4. 



I)\\ II) liMI ION |). 1X) . 

Ambition: Get rich. 
Pet Peeve: Getting up. 

"Censored. " 
Football 1.2.3.4; Science Fair Exhibit I; 
Typewriting Certificate 53, 3; Junior Deco- 
rating Committee 3; Junior Parry 3. 



M UH H VI I \(.| |()| | 

Ambition: Airline hostess. 
Pet Peeve- Crew cuts. 

"Hi, Kids!" 
Pep Club 3.4: Homeroom Messenger 2; Ski 
Club 3; Spanish Club 3. 



\ K IOU II \ I I U,l IOLI Vic 

Ambition: President of the U. S. 
Pet Peeve: Laughing at corny jokes. 

What do ya say. sport?" 
Cross Country 1.2; Spring Track 1; Junior 
Party 3; Graduation Clothing Committee -4. 



I I II E 




HELEN BODEL 

Ambition: Teacher. 

Pet Peeve: Getting up in the morning. 

"Howdy, kids!" 

W. V. S. Secretary 3.4; Reflector Convention 
Member }; Senior Reception 4. 



DONALD BOWES 



Do i 



Ambition: 
Pet Peeve: 



Get rich. 
Nosey people. 
"Ya know?" 



Football 1.3,4; Book Room Duty- 2.3.4; 
Junior Decorating Committee 3; Class 
Mono 3: Farewell Assembly 3; Senior Re- 
ception 4; Junior Usher 3. 



\ \N( i BOW M \N 

Ambition: Model. 

Pet Peeve: People who say "ain't". 

"just for laugh}" 

Archbishop Williams High School 1; Mr. 
Arlanson s Secretary 4; Who's Who 4; 
Choir 3.4; Honors 2; Attendance Slips 3,4; 
Badminton 2,3. 



JOSEPH BOiI.E 



Joe 



Ambition 
Pet Peeve 



To succeed. 
Poor losers. 

"Just for kicks.' 
Science Fair Exhibit 1. 



LORRAINE BK \D l 



I .ni r 



Ambition: To stay single. 
Pet Peeve: Gossipers. 

"I'm hungry again." 

Cheerleader 2.3; Mr. Lyons' Office 3; 
Loud's Secretary 3; Library Assistant 1 
Typewriting Certificate 53, 3. 



Mr. 

2,3; 



PV1RK l\ BK I II A IN Pal 

Ambition: Nurse. 

Pet Peeve: Getting up in the morning. 

"Oh, well, that's life." 

Senior Nominating 4; High honors 1,3 
Honors 2; Student Council Assistant 2,3,4 
Class Motto. Chairman 3; Class Banquet 4 
Reflector Advertising Staff 2,3. 




MAUREEN BKOWN 



Mo 



Ambition: 
Pet Peeve: 



Registered Nurse. 
Dirty socks. 

"O Mamma!" 



Art Staff 2,3,4; Yearbook Art Editor 4; 
French Club 3; Spanish Club 3; Junior 
Decorating Committee 3; Pep Club 4; Vic- 
tory Dance 3,4; Choir 1,2; Senior Prom 4. 



BARBARA BROWNE 



Barb 



Ambition: To earn a million dollars. 
Pet Peeve: People who are always late. 
"I don't care." 

Mr. Lyond's Secretary 4; Class Will 4; Stu- 
dent Council 1,2,3,4; Basketball 2; Bad- 
minton 2; Reflector Literary Staff 3,4; Type- 
writing Certificate 45, 3; Choir 1. 



JOHN BURGESS 

Ambition: Diplomatic Corps. 
Pet Peeve: Repetition. 

"Off hand I'd say . . ." 

High Honors 1,2,3; Good Government Day 
Representative 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Class 
Motto 3; Winter Track 3,4; Spring Track 
2,3,4; Delegate to Boys' State 3; Who s 
Who 4. 



JOAN BUSH 



Jc 



Ambition: Editor-in-chief of a magazine. 
Pet Peeve: LInmannerly ways of today. 
"World's greatest puzzle — its people" 

Reflector Editor-in-Chief 4; Honors 1,2; 
High Honors 3; Student Council 1; Junior 
and Senior Nominating 3,4; Class Banquet 
4; Typewriting Certificate 50, 3. 



PATRICIA CABRAL Pat 

Ambition: Receptionist. 
Pet Peeve: Homework. 

"You're a riot!" 

Mr. Martin's Secretary 3; Senior Party 4; 
Mr. Kearns' Secretary 4; Choir 4; Reflector 
Staff. Secretary 4; Attendance Slips 3,4. 



BRUCE CAN.W \\ 



E.B.I. 



Ambition: Space cadet. 
Pel Peeve: Poor sports. 

"/ eat them up!" 

Cross Country 4; Senior Prom 4; Winter 
Track 4; Spring Track 4; Science Fair 3. 




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M 



■rgie 



Ambition: A Wave. 
Pet Peeve: Spiders. 

"What' i to eat?" 
Science Fair Committee s; Science Fair Ex- 
hibit 1,3; Open House Exhibic 1; Spelling 
Bee Class Champion 1 ; Library Assistant 
J.i. Pep ( lub i. 



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( liarlic 



Ambition: To own a carpentry business. 
Pet Peeve: Shy girls. 

"There'll be a flood lime tonitiht." 

Open House Exhibit 1,2,3,4; Senior Recep- 
tion i. 



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I I S 



Ambition: To own a service station. 
Pet Peeve: ' Know it-all" customers. 

"Oh, dry up!" 
Lunch Room Assistant 2,3.4; Open House 
Exhibit 1,2,3,4. 



( \ I III U|\l ( \U I I H 



K.i\ 



Ambition: Psychiatrist. 
Pet Peeve: Dirty nails. 

"Build yourself up, not down.'" 
Science Fair Committee [; Home Room 
Reflector Cashier I. 



\ I l!\ \ ( Mil s( ) 



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Ambition: Psychiatrist. 

Pet Peeve: Fish and asparagus. 

"For the love of Pete!" 
Choir 2; State Musical Festival 2; Pep Club 
3,4; Future Nurses Club 4; Winter Con- 
cert Usher 4; Honors 1,2,3. 



M \HI()\ ( \/l \l LT 



Pattj 



Ambition: Teacher. 
Pet Peeve: Curfews. 

"You hot spook!" 
Class Treasurer 3.4: Student Council 2.3,4, 
Secretary -r. Junior Decorating 3; Junior 
Party 3; Victory Dance 3.4; Farewell As- 
sembly 3; French Club 3. 



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Joe 



Amliitiim : To lie a good sheet metal man. 
Pet Peeve: Staying after school. 

"/ toil my head." 
Senior Party ■»; Basketball 2.S.). Football 
1,2,3,4; Lunch Room Assistant 1. Orcn 
House Exhibit 1.2.3,4. 



JOW ( III l(( III! I 



J. 



Ambition: To marry a certain somebody. 
Pet Peeve Disorders in a T.V. set. 

"Jimmy!" 

High Honors I.2.S; Gregg Transcription 
60, BO, 100, >j Typewriting Certificate 
5<>-67, 3; Miss Nye s Secretary i. l; Reflet- 
tor Literary Staff 2,3,4; Basketball 1.2,3.4. 



JOHN ( I \\\M>\ 



lock 

cop" in Weymouth. 



Ambition: To be 
Pet Peeve: Working. 

"Let't have a party." 
Senior Nominating 4; Who's Who t. Class 
Banquet l. Lunch Room Assistant 2.3; 
Open House Exhibit 1,2,3,4. 



Willi \M < I \\V M)\ 



Bum. i 



Ambition: Florist. 

Pet Peeve: Women drivers. 

"Sam!" 

Basketball 1.2.3.4: F.F.A. 1.2.3,4; F.F.A. 
Reporter Vi. 



M \IO ( I IN ION 

Ambition: Model. 

Pet Peeve: People who aren't sincere. 

"Wow!" 

Graduation Clothing 4; Mrs. Masters' Assist- 
ant 3,4: Home Room Messenger 1. 



J \\l I ( LOl I II K 



Jan 



Ambition: Executive of a large firm. 
Pet Peeve: The word "ain't". 

"/ forgot." 
Mr. Nelson's Secretary; Class Banquet 4 
Typewriting Certificate 63. 3; Honors 1.2 
Attendance Slips 2; State Music Festival 3 
Choir 3.4; Spring and Winter Concerts 3. 



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WILLIAM CODY 



Wild Bill 



Ambition: Cook. 

Pet Peeve: White buck shoes. 

"Without money you can do nothing" 

Senior Prom 4; Football J.V. 2.5; Student 
Council Assistant 4. 



JOHN ( ()\DKI( K lohnn) 

Ambition: To retire a millionaire. 
Pet Peeve: Homework. 

"// wasn't me." 

W.V.S. Treasurer 4: Football 2,5; Open 
House Exhibit 1,2,3,4; Pun kin Hop 4. 



JOHN CONNER I l 



Jack 



Ambition: Disc jockey. 
Pet Peeve: Fickle women. 

"/ overslept. Mr. Lyons." 

Winter Track 4; Football 2,3; Cross Coun- 
try 1; Graduation Clothing 4; Science Fair 
Exhibit 3- 



N \ N( i ( OKMU M 



Nanc 



Ambition: Airline hostess. 
Pet Peeve: Cowboy pictures. 

"You're the most to say the least." 
Winthrop High School 1; Pep Club 4. 



M \IO COSTA 



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Ambition: To operate own beauty salon. 
Pet Peeve: Straight hair. 

"/ believe so." 

Typewriting Certificate 48, 3; Choir 1; 
N. E. State Festival I; Pep Club -l; Fare- 
well Assembly 3; Class Will 4; Reflector 
Secretary 4; Class Motto 3. 



ROBERT COSTELLO Bob 

Ambition: To be successful in business. 
Pet Peeve: New England weather. 

"Nice try!" 
Reflector Literary Staff 4. 




















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! VNET COWE Jan 

Ambition: Home economist. 
Pet Peeve: People who put on an act. 
"That's the way the old ball bounces." 

High Honors 1,2,3: Delegate to Girls' 
State 3; Old Colony Club Honorary Mem- 
ber 4; D.A.R. Representative 4; Reflector 
Literary Staff 2,s.-i; Senior Prom 4. 



GORDON COYLE, JR. 



Gordie 



Ambition: To own a construction company. 
Pet Peeve; Home Room teachers. 

"Well, I'll be darned!" 

Lunch Room Assistant 2.5; Open House 
Exhibit 1,2,3,4. 



HOW ARD CROCKER Howie 

Ambition: To be a contractor. 
Pet Peeve: Homework. 

"Let's go hunting." 

Football 2,3,4; Lunch Room Assistant 1,2; 
Senior Prom 4; Open House Exhibit 1,2,3. 



WILLIAM CROCKER Bill 

Ambition: To be a machinist. 
Pet Peeve: Girls. 

"Just checkin'." 

Football 3; Student Council Assistant 4. 



NANCY CROSBY 



Nan 



Ambition: Run a summer ranch for chil- 
dren. 

Pet Peeve: Western films. 

"I'm tired." 

Band 1,2,5; Choir I; Orchestra 2; State 
and N. E. Music Festivals 1,2; Basketball 2; 
Badminton 5; Victory Dance 5,4; Home 
Room Messenger 4. 



ALICE CROSS 

Ambition: Live in a pent house in New 
York. 

Pet Peeve: Getting up in the morning. 

''Great!" 

Junior Decorating 5; Ski Club 1; Science 
Fair Committee 5; Open House Exhibit 1; 
Winter Concert Usher 4. 




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NORMA CROWDER 

Ambition: Journalist. 
Pet Peeve: Onions. 

"May I go to the type room?" 
Lunch Room Assistant; Honors 1,2; Senior 
Party 4; Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, 
3; Mr. White's Secretary 4. 



\\ II I I \M ( KO/II II 



Dill kill... I 



Ambition: Hecome a man. 

Pet Peeve: Foreign languages. 

"I'll see you around the campui." 
A. V. Club 1.2. 



Ml \ I 1(1 > ( I I I'ON 



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Ambition: Secretary. 
Pet Peeve: Blushing. 

"I'm mortified." 
Honors 1 .2; Substitute Cheerleader 4; Gregg 
Transcription Certificate 60, J; Pep Club 
4; Junior Annex Secretary 3,4; Class Will 
1. Open House Exhibit 



JOHN ( I KIM) 



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Ambition: Diesel engineer. 
Pet Peeve: W omen that smoke. 

"What, bub, yea." 
Football 1.2,3.4; Band 1; Orchestra 1.2; 
State Music Festival 1,2; Student Council 
Assistant 3. 



IHOMAS t I H I IN rommj 

Ambition: Pilot. 

Pet Peeve: Not enough rallies. 

"Want to bet?" 
Senior Reception 4. 



BAKU VRA CUR1 is Bobb) 
Ambition: To weigh 100 pounds. 
Pet Peeve: Earrings in school. 

"Honestly?."' 
Honors 1,2,3; Senior Prom l; Choir 1,2, 
3,4; Mr. Cleaves' Secretary 3.4; State Music 
Festival 1,2,1: Farewell Assembly 3; Gregg 
Transcription Certificate 80, 3. 




I ()l Is I) VLES WDIM) Loul 

Ambition: To be a millionaire. 
Pet Peeve: Commercials on WORL. 

"Well, there you are.'" 
Senior Reception 4. 



I \ I I 1 N DAN11 II I v„ 

Ambition: Teacher. 

Pet Peeve: English compositions. 

"Watt till I tell you u bat happened!" 
High Honors 1,3; Honors 2; Spelling Ece 
Champion 1,2; Home Room Messenger 
'i. Science Fair Committee 3. ( lass Ban- 



I 

quet >; Senior Nominating 
Coumil Assistant I. 



■). Student 



Kl( II MID D \\ ISO\ 

Ambition: Senate Investigator. 
Pet Peeve- Foreign languages. 

"Hey.' What do )a lay?" 
Football Usher 3. 



Duk 



I II EES DAY 

Ambition: Nurse. 

Pet Peeve: Being baby of the family. 

"No kidding' Really, that's great!" 
Refleitor Secretary 4; Pep Club I; Open 
House 2. Typewriting Certificate 43, 52, 3. 



D \\ ID Dl \\ 



Das 



Ambition: Electrician. 
Pet Peeve: Book reports. 

"Oh. well, that's lite!" 
Science Fair Exhibit 3: Who's Who 4: 
Student Council Assistant 4. 



STT \KI DEAN 



Stu 



Ambition: Civil engineer. 

Pet Peeve: Girls that talk about nothing. 

"My golly, what do you know!" 
Student Council 2. Assistant 3.4: Junior 
Nominating 3; Junior Usher 3; Reflector 
Advertising Staff I. High Honors 1,2.3- 




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ELIZABETH DeBLIGNY 



1 i/ 



Ambition: 
Pet Peeve: 



Housewife. 
Snobs. 

"Jackie!" 



Yearbook Policy 4: Reflector Advertising 
Stiff J; Gregg Transcription 60. i; Open 
House Exhibit I; Science Fair 1: Pep Club 
2,3,4; Badminton 2. 



JOHN DfCKKMER 



Jackie 



Ambition: To own my own business. 
Fet Peeve: Show offs. 

"May I use the car tonight?" 

Student Council Assistant -l; Science Fair 
Exhibit 3. 



M \K\\ \ N DeM \K( O Mai 

Ambition: Telephone operator. 
Pet Peeve: Late dates. 

"Thai s life."' 

Reflector Advertising Staff 4: Pep Club 4: 
Volley Ball 2.3: Science Fair 1; Class Dues 
Collector 4: Basketball 2,3,4; Badminton 3; 
Softball 2.3,4. 



B\KB\K \ 1)1 \\ 



( lupcake 



Ambition: 
Pet Peeve 



To graduate. 
Compositions. 
"I don't knou. 



Gregg Transcription Certificates 60. 80. 3, 
100. 120, 4; Spanish Club 3; Ski Club J; 
Softball 2.3; Badminton 2.3: Volleyball 23: 
Mr. Cleaves' Secretary 3.4. 



LIND \ DiMEl () 

Ambition: To be a Gibbs Girl. 
Pet Peeve: Over-inquisitive people. 

"And so forth." 

Gregg Transcription Certificates 60. 80, 3 
100, 120, 4: Typewriting Certificate 48.3 
Mr. Nelson's Secretary 4; Who's Who 4 
Literary Club 3- 




111 / \ BE 111 DI.Y 



Belty 



Ambition: Secretary. 

Pet Peeve: Pegged pants and suede shoes. 
"Oh, no.' Not again?" 

Music Librarian 2,3.4; Basketball 1; Soft- 
ball 1: Typewriting Certificate 36, 3. 



Jl Dl I II DONAHUE 



Pete 



Ambition: Secretary. 

Pet Peeve: Habitually unpunctual people. 

"Patience is a virtue." 

Gregg Transcription Certificates 60, 80, 
100, 120; Miss White's Secretary 3,4; Gold 
Key Scholastic Art Award 2; Book Club 
3; Senior Play Selection 4. 



I) Wil l DONNELL AN, JK. Dan 

Ambition: Electronics. 
Pet Peeve: Speeches. 

"What, are you late again?" 

Basketball 1; Baseball 2. Typewriting Cer- 
tificate 48, 3. 



J \NET DONOVAN Jan 

Ambition: Airline hostess. 

Pet Peeve: Embarrassing moments. 

"Jeepers!" 

Pep Club 3.4; Typewriting Certificate 
46—52, 3; Gregg Transcription Certificate 
60, 3; Junior Annex Secretary 3,4; Student 
Council Assistant 3,4; Cheerleader 3,4. 



MARY DONOVAN Dunner 

Ambition; Business secretary. 
Pet Peeve: Men who act childish. 

"See you later." 

St. Patrick's High School 1; Archbishop 
(lushing Central High School 2,3- 



PATRH I \ DIONNE Pai 

Ambition: Air Force Nurse. 
Pet Peeve: Traitors. 

"I'm hungry!" 

Honors 3: Junior Decorating 3; Choir 1,2; 
Football Usher 3: Field Hockey I; Spring 
Concert L'sher 4; Orchestra 1; Vocational 
School Office 4. 




\ [RGINIA DOREY Ginny 

Ambition: To tour the world. 
Pet Peeve: Cry babies. 

"Heavens to Betsy!" 

Senior Nominating 4; Pep Club 4; Class 
Banquet 4; Home Room Messenger 3; 
Honors 1,2; Open House Exhibit 1. 



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Tiger 



Ambition: To be my husband 
Pet Peeve: Dimples. 

"Murder on the mountain." 
Cathedral High School 1.2: Choir 2 
Club 4. 



secretary. 



Pep 



M Mill.YN DOW HEY 

Ambition: Singer. 

Pet Peeve: Boys who need haircuts. 

"So how'} that hit you?" 
Science Fair Committee 2. 



Mike 



I OK N \ DR VPEH 



I onnic 



Ambition: Nurse. 

Pet Peeve: Dogs named "Shcp". 

"Hey kid i, gueu what?" 
Senior Party 4; Future Nurses Club 
Science Fail Exhibit 3. 



PKISCI1 LA DRYSDAJ I 



Ambition: Marriage 

Pel Peeve: < rabby teachers. 

"Dig thai crazy mixeduf kid." 
Gregg Transcription Certificate 100. 4j 
Typewriting Certificate 59, 4; Miss Glos- 
ter s Secretary 3.4. 



• I ( IRG1 1)1 (, \s 

Ambition: Farmer. 
Pet Peeve: Homework. 

"I don't care." 
F. A. 1,2. Vice-President 3,-4; 



Dm 



Winter 



Track i: Football 1,2.3.4; High Honors 2 



JOAN Dl Gl \ i 



Joanie 



Ambition: Airline stewardess. 

Pet Peeve: Those who dislike hot rods. 

"Oh, it's alive! Kill it!" 

Typewriting Certificate 47, 3: Attendance- 
Slips 2. 




DOHO I m Dl Kl 



Uu-i\ 



Ambition: Comptometer operator. 
Pet Peeve: To be called Red . 

"Oh. hoy! Need I say more?" 
Reflet lor Advertising Staff 2.3,4; Juniot 
Party }• Pep Club 2.s.t. Badminton 2,<; 
Basketball 2.3,4; Softball 2.3; Science Fait 
F.xhibii 2. 



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Bills 



Ambition Admiral. 

Pet Peeve Inking with a French curve. 

"Don't tell me, urile a hook." 
High Honors 2,3, Honors I. Delegate to 
Boss Slate v Junior Ishcr v lunmr Paris 
s. Senior Party I. Latin Certificate of Hon- 
orable Merit 3. 



JOW D| |x<)\ 



Jo.iolr 



Ambition: Astronomer. 
Pet Peeve Short hair. 

"Oh. my nertei!" 
High Honors 1,3, Honors 2; French Club 
V Choir 1.2; Science Fair Exhibit 3; Lunch 
Room Assistant 2,3. 



Pin I I Is Di,\ ERC1 It 

Ambition: Scxial work. 
Pet Peeve: Bugs. 

'Oh, lor trying out loud!" 
Reflet tor Advertising Staff %; Mr. Jack's 
Secretary >,; Student Council Assistant i 
Choir 2,1; Open House Exhibit 1; Science 
Fair Exhibit 1 ; Pep Club 2,3. 



JOHN D\\ "I I R 



lack 



Ambition: State police officer. 

Pet Peeve Getting up in the morning. 

"Let' i make the belt of it." 
Honors 2; Lunch Riom Assistant 4; 
Open Hi, use 1,2,3,4. 



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Nance 



Ambition: Commercial artist. 

Pet Peeve: Getting up in the morning. 

"Daddy — oh!" 
Open House 1: Science Fair Exhibit 1.3: 
Basketball 1,2; Junior Decorating s; Pep 
Club 4. 



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SALLY EATON 



Sal 



Ambition: To have many friends. 
Pet Peeve: Fickle boys. 

"Three cheers for the chandelier!" 

Pep Club 3,4; Junior Patry 3; Graduation 
Clothing 4; Typewriting Certificate 45. 3; 
Science Fair Exhibit 1; Softball 1,2,3; Bas- 
ketball 1.2.3: Choir 1. 



RUTH EDWARDS Ruthie 

Ambition: Fashion designer. 
Pet Peeve: Being teased. 

"Neat boy!" 

West Springfield Jr. High School 1; Bas- 
ketball 1; Cheerleader 1: Badminton 2; 
Open House Exhibit 2,3; Reflector Adver- 
tising Staff 2.3.4; Junior Decorating 3. 



HOW VRD ELLIS 



Hobi 



Ambition: To see the world. 
Pet Peeve: Being kept in the home room. 
"Don't make me laugh!" 

Football 2,3.4; Basketball 1; Track 4; 
Baseball 1,2,3.4; Orchestra 1; Band 1; Stu- 
dent Council Assistant 4; Senior Recep- 
tion 4. 



Kl( HARD ELW III 



Dick 



Ambition: Florist. 

Pet Peeve: Noise in the home room. 
"You know?" 

F.F.A. 1,2.3. President 4; F.F.A. Paper 
Editor 3: F.F.A. Basketball 2.3: F.F.A. 
Football 1,2,3. 



PETER ERICKSON Pete 

Ambition: Designer. 

Pet Peeve: Timed writings. 

"// it's meant to he, it will be." 

Baseball 2,3, Captain 4; Football 2,3; Type- 
writing Certificate 48, 3; V.S. Secretary 4; 
A.V. Club 1; Senior Prom 4. 



BEVERLY FELCH 



Bev 



Ambition: 
Per Peeve: 



Receptionist. 
Crowded busses. 
"Why, honey?" 



Honors 1; Mr. Ghiorse's Secretary 3,4; Pep 
Club 4; Ski Club 3,4; Open House Exhibit 
2; Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, 3; 
Science Fair Exhibit 2. 








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GENEVIEVE FERRINO 



Jeanne 



Ambition: To work for the Telephone Co. 
Pet Peeve: Acting against my will. 

"Lore that boy." 

Mr. Kelly's Secretary 3,4; Pep Club 3; 
Typewriting Certificate 46. 3. 



Larry 



LAURENCE FINLAYSON 

Ambition: Golf professional. 
Pet Peeve: School. 

"Nice day, huh?" 

Basketball 2; Cross Country 3,4; Spring 
Track 2,3,4; Winter Track 2,3,4. 



PATRICIA FISHER Pat 

Ambition: I.B.M. operator. 

Pet Peeve: Walking home in the rain. 

"That's the way the ball bounces." 
Spring Concert LIsher 4. 



DAVID FITZGERALD 

Ambition: College. 

Pet Peeve: Unannounced tests. 

"What's the scoop? 



Fitzie 



RUSSELL FITZGERALD 



Rus 



Ambition: To be a millionaire. 

Pet Peeve: Staying in the home room. 

"It's kinda great." 

Student Council Assistant 3,4; Senior Prom 
4; Baseball 1,2,3,4. 



FLORENCE FLATE Flo 

Ambition: Navy nurse. 
Pet Peeve: Cars over three years old. 
"He's so tall!" 

Who's Who 4; Junior Party 3; Victory 
Dance 4; Pum'kin Hop 4; Farewell Assem- 
bly 3; Junior Decorating 3: Badminton 
2,3; Science Fair Exhibit 3; French Club 3. 





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JOAN FLEMING 



1 1 1 1 1 1 1 



Ambicion: Marriage. 
Pet Peeve: Mustaches. 

"What's uith you?" 
Spring Concert Usher 4; Science Fair Ex- 
hibit I 



Ioiin FOl i "i 

Ambition: Cabinet maker. 
Per Peeve: Homework. 

"I'll golf you one." 
Lunih Room Assistant 2,3,4. 



BARBAR \ FORS'J nil 



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Ambition: Airline stewardess. 
Pet Peeve: Man shortage. 

"Let me ilue you in." 
Honors 2; Gregg Transcription Certificate 
80, 3; Typewriting Certificate 45. 3; Miss 
Lyons' Secretary 4; Science Fair Exhibit 2. 



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( hul.hs 



Ambition: Engineer. 
Pet Peeve: Showofls. 

"No kidding?" 
Football 1,2.3.4; Senior Nominating I; 
Student Council 4; Junior Rotanan I 
Baseball 1.2,3.4; Winter Track 2.S.I < [aa 
Banquet 4; Vicrory Dance 4. 



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li.,s 



Ambition: Biochemist. 
Pet Peeve: Being late. 

"Hey!" 

High Honors 1,2,3; Student Council 4; 
Cross Country J, Manager 4; Science Fair 
Exhibit 3; Class Motto 3; Class Will 4; 
Junior Usher 3; Ticket Collector 3. 



HERBEB I FULTON 



I lerbie 



Ambition: To be an A-l carpenter. 
Pet Peeve: Girls who axe late. 

"I made it." 
Graduation Clothing 4; Spring Track 3 4- 
Football Usher 3, Head 4; A.V. Club 1; 
Student Council Assistant 4. 




JOHN l.U.HH Mill 



lack 



Ambition: To go to college. 
Pet Peeve: Braggarts. 

"/ didn't gel that answer." 
Football 2,3,4; Baseball 1.2.3.4; Track 3; 
Basketball 3; Science Fair Commirtee 3; 
Science Fair Exhibit 3; Laboratory Assist- 
ant 4. 



( MIOI (. VKHF.H 

Ambition: To be happy always. 
Pet Peeve: Cigars and snakes. 

"Golly!" 

Student Council Assistant 3.4; Home Room 
Messenger I ; Open House 1 ; Winter Con- 
cert I !sher 4. 



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Bo 



Ambition: Singer. 

Pet Peeve- Alarm clocks. 

1 bet." 

Honors 1.2; High Honors 3; Science Fair 
Commirtee 1,2; Football 1.2,3,4; Junior 
Usher 3; Student Council Assistant 3.4; 
Dele-Kate to Boys' State 3. 



mi HARD GIOVANDGCa 

Ambition: To be a success. 
Pet Peeve: Some people. 

"Warm, ain't it?" 
Football 1.2.3.4; Baseball 3.4. 



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JOSEPH GOODHOK J. 

Ambition: Marine jet pilot. 

Pet Peeve: Taking the blame for others. 

"You said it!" 

Honors 2. 



Ml( II M l GORMAN 



Mike 



Ambition: Engineering school. 
Pet Peeve: Janitor s bell. 

"Gosh!" 

Football 1,2,3.4; Class Will 4; Student 
Council Assistant 3; Science Fair Exhibit 
1,2,3; Scholastic Art Award 3. 



JI NK GRAY 

Ambicion: Medical secretary. 
Pei Peeve: Homework. 

"What is the story?" 

Junior Nominating 3; Miss Canning's Secre- 
tary 4: Pep Club 4; Class Will 4; Student 
Council Assistant 4; Typewriting Certificate 
46. 3; Home Room Messenger 2. 



LICILLE GROCAN Lucy 

Ambition: Legal secretary. 

Pet Peeve: Money I don't have. 

"You hot sketch!" 

Honors 1.2.3; Senior Reception 4; Senior 
Play Selection 4; Pep Club 4: Lunch Room 
Cashier 2; Latin Award of Honorable Merit 
2; Home Room Spelling Bee Champion 2. 



PAl LINK (.1 II MK I II. 



Dvnamite 



Ambition: To be happy. 
Pet Peeve: Gossip. 

"You better believe it." 

Honors 1.2; Student Council Assistant 4 
Mr. Arlanson s Secretary 4; Who's Who 4 
Field Hockey 1.2. Captain 3; Pep Club 4 
Volleyball 1,3. Captain 2; Pum'kin Hop 4 



DORIS HA \S Dor 

Ambition: To work in an office. 
Pet Peeve: Squash. 

"Heavens'." 

Senior Reception 4; Open House Exhibit 1; 
Winter Concert Usher 4; Softball 2; Choir 



DOROTHY HARDING Dottie 

Ambition: Receptionist. 
Pet Peeve: Special reports. 

"She's a fish!" 

Pep Club 3.4: Choir 1,3; Open House Ex- 
hibit 1. 



RUSSELL HARRINGTON Hop 

Ambition: Mechanical engineer. 
Pet Peeve: Women. 

"I'll say!" 

A.V. Club 1,2; Student Council Assistant 
3,4; Science Fair Committee 2,3. 





JOHN HAZLETT 



Jack 



Ambition: Printing estimator. 

Pet Peeve: Fast and careless drivers. 

"A penny saved is a penny earned." 
High Honors 1,2,3. 



ROBERT HAZLETT 



Bob 



Ambition : 
Pet Peeve: 



Pattern maker. 
Drug-store cowboys. 
"/ eat that up." 



Orchestra 1; Lunch Room Assistant 2,3; 
Open House Exhibit 1,2,3,4; Football 
Usher 2. 



\\ ILLIAM HEALEY 

Ambition: A naval jet pilot. 
Pet Peeve: Operas. 

"I don't know." 



Bill 



DAVID HEGARTY Dave 

Ambition: To be a success in life. 
Pet Peeve: Girls who are inquisitive. 

"You're a crazy mixed-up kid." 

Student Council Assistant 3.4; Science Fair 
Exhibit 3; Football 1; Track 2. 



IRIS HEGARTY 

Ambition: I.B.M. operator. 

Pet Peeve: Getting up in the morning. 

"Holy mackerel!" 

Attendance Slips (; Junior Decorating 3; 
Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, 3; Sen- 
ior Prom 1. 



ROBERT HEYD 



Bob 



Ambition: To own a Cadillac. 
Pet Peeve: Women drivers. 

"Yo, boy!" 
Spring Track 2; Science Fair Exhibit 1,2. 




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lerrj 



Ambition: To be a Navy pilot. 

Pet Peeve: Being late for school. 

"/ can't think." 
Student Council 1.2.3.-1: Basketball 2; 
Football 1.2,3.4; Baseball 2; Victory Dance 

4. 



(. WW ll()( HBERG 

Ambition: Pediatrician. 

Pet Peeve: Unfriendly people. 

"No deal " 
Honors 1,3; Student Council 3. 
2.4: Football 1,2.3.4; Baseball 
VX'intcr Track 2: Junior Party 3 
Dance 3; A.V. Club I . 



J \M I IIOI lil\(. 



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Assistant 

1.2.3.4: 
Victory 



J.i 



Ambition: Mednal seirctary. 
Pet Peeve: Busy-bodies. 

"Beaulilul!" 
Student Council 3.1: Junior Decorating 3; 
Reflector Art Staff 2.S.I. Senior Prom 4j 
Victory Dance 2,v Honors 1.2. 4 . Farewell 
Assembly 3. 



s|| \ I \ IIOI ISHOOk 



I ,1,1, v 



Ambition: To be a model. 
Pet Peeve: Eeing rushed. 

"What's the hurry/" 
Junior Decorating .3; Senior Party I. 
tendance Slips 4. 



At- 



ROI HOIMI.s 

Ambition: Carpenter. 
Per Peeve: Homework. 

"Yes, sir." 
Open House Exhibit 1.2.3.4. 



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IU( II \KI> IIOI I 

Ambition: Floriculturist. 
Pet Peeve: Women drivers. 

"Hot rod'." 
F.F.A. 1.2,3.4; Treasurer 4. 



Dick 




Jl \N IIOPI.J 



Ambition: Ottuc worker in Quincy. 
Pet Peeve: Leaky fountain pen. 

"What time ts it?" 
Junior Decorating. Badminton 2.3. Field 
Hockey 1.2.3; Softball 1.2.3; Ski Club 3; 
Volleyball 1.2.3. Miss Benson s Secretary 4. 



K \ I III I I \ IIOI I I 



K i'i\ 



Ambition Telephone operator. 
Pet Peeve: Being called Rat." 

"Din that crazy kid.'" 
Miss Norris' Secretary 4; Typewriting Cer- 
tificate 55. 3, Volleyball 2. Pep Club 4: 
Spanish Club 2.3; Basketball 2. Gregg 
Transcription Certificate 60. s, Badmin 
ton 2. 



Ill llil HI III II I \M N 



I lool 



Ambition History teacher. 
Pet Pcesc Bleached blondes. 

"Tbal't tor jure'" 
Honors I; Student Council Assistant 
< ross Country 2. 



Jl l)M)\ III MIMIKII S 



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Ambition: To join the Rodeo Association. 
Pet Peeve: Staying after school. 

"Mr. U" hiitemore. I'll mill my bus." 
Open House Exhibit 1,2.3.4; Football 
I sher 1,2. Lunch Room Assistant 2.3. 



JOs| PH lit ss \U 



J. 



Ambition: Machinist. 

Pet Peeve: Cafeteria chorus. 

"Thal'i the uay the ball bouncei." 
Science Fair Exhibit 3; Football I'sher 2; 
Farewell Assembly 3. 



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( harlir 



Ambition: To be a printer. 
Pet Peeve: Homework. 

"Getting lost." 
Open House Exhibit 3; Class Will 4. 



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EVELYN JAC KSON 



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Ambition: Telephone operator. 
Pet Peeve: Peppers and onions. 

"You're O.K." 
Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, 3: Open 
House Exhibit I; Science Fair Exhibit 1: 
Basketball J; Field Hockey }; Softball 2,3; 
Volleyball 3. 



RALPH JACOBSEN 



Jake 



Ambition: Mechanical engineer. 
Pet Peeve: Bermuda shorts. 

"What's the matter?" 
Abinston 1.2.3; Football 1,2; Basketball 5; 
Radio Club 3; Strawberry Valley Teen- 
Timers 2.3; Science Fair Exhibit 3; Cross 
Country 4. 



PAUL IACOBSON 



Jake 



Ambition: To own a sheet-metal shop. 
Pet Peeve: Checking my attendance. 

"Please, not the slick!" 
Football 1,2.3,4; Track 3,4; Lunch Room 
Assistant 2,3.4; Junior Rotarian 4; Class 
Will V.S. Chairman 4. 



PHYLLIS JENKINS 



Phyl 



Ambition: Nurse. 

Pet Peeve: Alarm clocks. 

"C'est la vie!" 
Reflector Advertising Staff; Pep Club 2. 
Secretary 3.4; Victory Dance 2,3.4; Fare- 
well Assembly. Chairman 3; Student Coun- 
cil Assistant 3.4; Junior Decorating 3. 



J \( QI ELJNE JOBIN 



Jackie 



Ambition: Nurse. 

Pet Peeve: Crazy drivers. 

"You little donkey!" 
Reflector Advertising Staff 2; Pep Club 3.4; 
Junior Decorating 3; Basketball 3: Senior 
Prom 4; Spanish Club 3.4; Ski Club 3; 
Badminton 3. 



JANET JOHNSON 

Ambition: Travel. 

Pet Peeve: 6:45 A.M., Monday. 

"It's a panic!" 
Brookline 1,2.3; Honors 1,2,3; Girls' 
League 1,2,3; Pep Club 1.3; Junior Aide; 
Gregg Transcription Certificate 100. 4; Mr. 
Raymond s Secretary 4; Pep Club 4. 




WALTER JOHNSON 



Buster 



Ambition: To have my own business. 
Pet Peeve: Staying after school. 

"Look, fellows!" 
Open House Exhibit 1,2,3. 



RITA JOY 

Ambition: Secretary. 

Pet Peeve: Cowboy boots on boys. 

"0-0-0-Oh!" 
Miss Andem's Secretary 3,4; Pep Club 4; 
Gregg Transcription Certificate 100, 4; 
Open House Exhibit 1. 



MARGARET KANNALY 



Peggy 



Ambition: Physical therapist. 
Pet Peeve: Quiet study rooms. 

"Yes, doll." 
Honors 3; Junior Decorating 3; Senior Play 
Selection 4; Pep Club, Treasurer 4; Span- 
ish Club, Secretary 3; Future Nurses Club 
4; French Club j; Badminton 2; Basket- 
ball 4. 



KENNETH KARLBERG 



Ken 



Ambition: English teacher. 

Pet Peeve: Anything to do with math. 

"Swedes have to stick together." 
Junior Nominating 3; Senior Nominating 
4; Science Fair Exhibit .3; Football Usher 
3; Lunch Room Assistant 2. 



JOAN KEEFE 



I. 



Ambition: To be a credit to my aunt. 
Pet Peeve: Leaving W.H.S. 

"What is the story?" 
Hingham 1; Honors 1; Senior Nominating, 
Chairman 4; Pep Club, President 4; Junior 
Party 3; Mr. Kelly's Secretary 4; Farewell 
Assembly 3; Student Council Assistant 3,4. 



FRANCIS KELCOURSE 



Fran 



Ambition: Engineer. 
Pet Peeve: History IV. 

"Don't worry about it." 
High Honors 1,3; Honors 2; Class Motto 
3; Who's Who 4; Student Council 4; Sci- 
ence Fair Committee 3; Football Usher 2,3; 
Basketball Manager 2,3,4. 



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JOSIPII KELLY 



Joe 



Ambition: F.B.I. 

Pel Peeve: 9:30 patrol. 

"Yeh. Yeh, Yeh." 
Basketball 1.2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Base- 
ball 1.2.3.4. Co-Captain 3; Student Council 
1.2,3.4; Junior Usher 3; Farcwall Assembly 
3: Graduation Clothing 4. 



HOHI U I Kl II 1 



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Ambition' Successful physician. 
Pet Peeve Motor scooters. 

"It's a routth lilt!" 
Cross Country 2; Science Fair Exhibit 



P\ I UK I \ KIN(. 



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Ambition: Math tcaihcr. 

Pet Peeve: Being called Blcachy.'' 

"Holy smote!" 
Honors 1.2; Class Motto 3; Spanish Club 
s.l; Pep Club 3.1; Science Fair Exhibit s. 
French < lub s. 



ROBER1 KNK.I I I Bob 

Ambition: Lawyer. 
Pet Peeve: Bow tics. 

"Do you knou u hat I mean?" 



JOW K\l(,ll Is 



Jc 



Ambition: To own a swimming pool. 
Pet Peeve: Losing things. 

"88."' 

Honors 1,2; High Honors 3: Who's Who 
4; Typewriting Certificate 5.3, 3; Pep Club 
4; Student Exchange Government Commit- 
tee 4; Miss Flaherry s Secretary 4; Spanish 
Club 3. 



Jl'DI I II KNOW I ES 



Jll.K 



Ambition: Travel. 

Pet Peeve: Fingernails on a blackboard. 

"Yes, indeedie-dee." 
Honors 1,2; Open House Exhibit 1; Gregg 
Transcription Certificate 60, 3: Book Club, 
Treasurer 3: Mr. Boland's Secretary 3, 4; 
Winter Concert Usher 4. 





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\\ MM Kl H I Is Lalnie 

Ambition: To ride in a jet. 
Pet Peeve: Waiting. 

"What a panic!" 
Ycarbtxik Staff I. Pep Club 3. Secretary 4; 
Winter Concert Usher 4; Honors 1.2; High 
Honors 3; French Club s, Class Motto 3. 



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( onnic 



Ambition: To become a top-notch secretary. 
Pet Peeve The word "George!'' 

"Holy cow!" 
Library Assistant 3.4; Open House 3; Choir 
1; A.V. Club 1. 



DOI.OKFX I \\(,| \.\ i),,!!. 

Ambition Office worker. 
Pet Peeve: Milk. 

"That's a riot!" 
Mission High 1.2. Honors 1,2; Choir 1,2; 
Band 1.2, Science Fair Exhibit 3. 



H\IUI\H \ I KCU I I 



Barbie 



Ambition Medical secretary. 
Pet Peeve: Fried red cabbage. 

"Get. that's terrific!" 
Student Council Assistant 3.4; Honors 2; 
Sub-cheerleader I. Victory Dance 3.1. Sen- 
ior Reception 4; Junior Party 3. Junior 
Decorating S, Pep Club 3.4. 



li Mill \1( \ [.LSI. IK 



Barbie 



Ambition: Nurse. 

Pet Peeve: Parking place robbers! 

"It's a great life if you don't ueaken." 
Honors 1,3; Pep Club 3,4; Choir 1; Sci- 
ence Fair Exhibit 3; Future Nurses Club 4. 



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Betty 



Ambition: X-ray technician. 
Pet Peeve: Getting up early. 

"What an owl!" 
Danvers High School 1: Pep Club 3.4: Fu- 
ture Nurses" Club 4; Class Dues Collector 
4; Science Fair Exhibit 2,3. 



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MARILYN LEWIS 



Mem 



Ambition: Medical secretary. 
Pet Peeve: Early buses. 

"That's great.'" 

.. Student Council 3: Victory 
Reflector Advertising Staff 2,3; 
Class Will 4: Pep Club. Vice- 



Cheerleader 
Dance 3.4; 
Honors 2.3; 



President 3.4; Junior Decorating 3 



DOROTHY LINDQIIST Dome 

Ambition: To own and run a gift shop. 
Pet Peeve: Noisy people. 

"Ya!" 

Gregg Transcription Certificate 60. 3: Grad- 
uation Clothing 4; Science Fair Exhibit 2: 
Lunch Room Assistant 4; Open House Ex- 
hibit 1.2. 



BEVERLY LITCHFIELD Bev 

Ambition: To get married. 
Pet Peeve: Work . 

"Don't knou. do you?" 
Typewriting Certificate 6 7 , 3; Science Fair 



Exhibit 1 
ball 1. 



Open House Exhibit 1; Soft- 



B\RB\R\ I II II I 



Barb 



Amb non: Marry a millionaire. 
Pet Peeve: Knee socks. 

"Get out of here!" 
Ma : orette 2,3. Head 4; Honors 1.2; Miss 
V mine s Secretary 4; Student Council 4: 
Spring Concert Usher 4; Pep Club 3,4; 
Open House Exhibit 1.2. 



( 1 VI HIA LITTLE 



Ambition: Bank clerk. 
Pet Peeve: Work. 

"Dig that crazy mixed-up kid!" 
Pep Club 3; Junior Decorating 3; Spanish 
Club 3: Spring Concert Usher 4; Junior 
Party 3. 



M\K"» I.OMB\RD 

Ambition: Airline position. 
Pet Peeve: Impatient people. 

"You'd be surprised!" 
Honors 1,2; Miss Silvester's Secretary 4; 
Gregg Transcription Certificate SO, 4; Stu- 
dent Council 1 : Glee Club I ; Spring Con- 
cert Usher 4. 




JOAN LUKIS 



Joanne 



Ambition: X-ray technician. 
Pet Peeve: Homework. 

"Oh, that's right, too!" 
Honors 1,2,3; Junior Party 3; Class Will 4; 
French Club 3: Spanish Club 3; Future 
Nurses' Club, Vice-President 4; Student 
Council 4; Pep Club 2,3,4. 



ELAINE LUNDGREN 

Ambition: To grow. 

Pet Peeve: Waiting for mail. 

"He's the most, to say the least." 
Gregg Transcription Certificate 60; Pep 
Club 3; Library Assistant 1; Softball 2,3; 
Science Fair 1; Open House Exhibit 1. 



MARILYN LUTZ 

Ambition: To fly around the world. 
Pet Peeve: Spiders and cobwebs. 

"Tres bon!" 
Honors 1,3; Student Council 4; Spanish 
Club 3. P resident 4; Reflector Art Staff 2,3, 
Editor 4; Junior Party 3; French Club, 
Publicity Chairman 3; Senior Party 4. 



Kl WETH LYON 



Ken 



Ambition: To design cars. 
Pet Peeve: My brother. 

"Why save money? Tomorrow you 
may be dead." 
Lunch Room Assistant 3 >; Open House Ex- 
hibit 1,3. 



CAROL Mat DONALD 

Ambition: Nurse. 

Pet Peeve: Being 100 percent busy. 

"Ya! Really?" 
Home Room Spelling Bee Champion 2; 
Junior Nominating Secretary 3: Future 
Nurses' Club, President 4; Pep Club 3,4; 
Girls' Sports 1,2,3; Spring Concert Usher 
4; Choir 1. 



ELLEN MacDONALD 



A I 



Ambition: To travel. 
Pet Peeve: "Hot rods." 

"There's a Ford in my future." 
Basketball 1.2,3; Softball 1,2; Badminton 
2; Volleyball 1. 




l_l_JI 1! 



\KI) MacF \\\ N 



St in 



Ambition: To make a million dollars. 
Pet Peeve: White bucks. 

"Are you kidding me?" 
Student Council 4; Senior Prom 4; Science 
Fait Exhibit 2,3.4. 



I l>\\ IN MacKENZIE, Jr. 



Eddi 



Ambition: Engineering. 

Pet Peeve: People who don't talk. 

"What is your claim to lame?" 
Maroon and Cold Staff 2.3. Editor 4i Stu- 
dent Council 1.2.3. President 4; Victory 
Dance 4; Basketball 2.3- 



GEORGE Mat M n/ii 



Mat 



Ambition: To own my own shop. 
Pet Peeve: Silly girls. 

"That's quite a fig" 
Student Council 2.3,4; Football 2,3.4; 
Baseball 1.2.3; Winter Track 2; Honors 
2,3,4; Junior Decorating 3; Reflet lor Liter- 
ary Staff [; Lunch Room Assistant 2,3. 



(.1 ORG! M u K ER riCH 



Mark 



Ambition: Chemical engineer. 
Pet Peeve: Latin. 

"That's about the size of it." 
Baseball 1,2.3.4; Basketball 1.2; Cross 
Country I. Winter Track 4; Band I: 
Choir 1; Orchestra I; Who's Who 4; Sci- 
ence Fair Exhibit 3; Student Council 4. 



JWK I Mac I 1.3 N 



Mac- 



Ambition: Airline hostess. 
Pet Peeve: School. 

"Thai's life!" 
Softball 1.2; Open House Exhibit 1; Home 
Room Messenger 2; Science Fair 1. 



I K \\Ci:S MarMl l!K \V 



Fran 



Ambition: Modeling. 

Pet Peeve: Disappointments. 

"He's the greatest!" 
Typewriting Certificate 46, 3; Student 
Council Assistant 4; Junior Party 3; Bas- 
ketball 3; Softball 2. 



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jo 



JO\N M.i. I'lll lisON 



Joa 



Ambition: Private secretary. 
Pet Peeve: Discouragements. 

"You're a hot ticket.'" 
Trade School Secretary I; Senior Nominal 
ing ii (.lass Banquet 4; Band Librarian 
3.4; Gregg Transcription Certificate 80. 3; 
Choir 2; State Festival 2; Open House 1. 



Jl MM \l Mis |()N 



Ambit:on : 
Pel Peeve: 



Choir 2. 



Hairdresser. 
Knee socks. 
"I'm uilh you. 



( II Mil I s M Mi I IN 



( barlfc 



Ambition: Retired engineer. 
Pet Peeve: Egotists. 

"What homework?" 
Junior Decorating 3; Class Motto 3; Senior 
Nominating 4; Class Banquet 4; Student 
(ouncil Assistant 3,4, Cross Country I; 
A.V. Club 1.2. 



I II I I N M Mi I IN 



II. I 



Ambition' Secretary. 
Pet Peeve: Homework. 

"I'm game if you're game." 
Senior Reception 4; Basketball 1.2: Softball 
1,2; Volleyball I; Badminton 2; Science 
Fair I. 



N \N( -i MASH Its 

Ambition: Chemist. 

Pet Peeve: Comments on my driving. 

"There uill be a meeting." 
High Honors 1,2.3; Library Assistant 1.2; 
Reflector Literary Staff 2.3; Yearbook Edi- 
tor-in-Chief 4; Junior Decorating 3: Home 
Room Messenger 1,3. 



PA1 I MAS1 ERSON 

Ambition: Millionaire. 

Pet Peeve: Old English literature. 

"The best things are the u orst to 

come by." 

Class Will 4; Student Council 4; Science 
Fair Committee 3; Baseball Manager 3,4; 
Honors 2. 



UUI IS 




I \ \ I HI A MATSON 



Cj 



Ambition: To marry a millionaire. 
Pet Peeve: Hypocrites. 

"Dig those crazy cats.'" 
A.V. Club 1; Chorus 1.2; Open House Ex- 
hibit 1. 



roger Mi-donnell 



Ma 



Ambition: Teacher. 
Pet Peeve: Waiting. 

"He's a phoney." 
F.F.A. 1.2: Basketball 5.4. Manager 1,2; 
Cross Country 4; Spring Track 5,4; Senior 
Party 4. 



J 1 McDONOLGH 



M.i 



Ambition: Telephone operator. 
Pet Peeve: Keeping quiet. 

"You babe!" 
Honors 1.2; Who's Who 4; Pep Club I; 
Science Fair Committee 2; Open House 
Exhibit 1; Choir 1,2; State Music Festival 
1,2; Miss Ghiorse s Secretary 4. 



I) \\ II) M, (.11 \ RAi 



Ma 



Ambition: To be a successful printer. 
Pet Peeve: Homework. 

"/ forgot." 
W.V.S. Vice-President 3,4; Honors 1; Jun- 
ior Rotarian 1; Junior Decorating 3; Open 
House 1,3,4. 



\ W( M. M W \ 



Na 



Ambition: Model. 

Pet Peeve: Sitting still. 

"I'm disgraced!" 
Senior Prom 4; Mr. Jack s Librarian 3 
Student Council 4; Open House Exhibit 2 
Typewriting Certificate 47, 3; Pep Club 2 
Mrs. Bedell s Secretary 4; Choir 1,2. 



ROBI.K I McKENNA 



B.,l» 



Ambition: To own a car and to travel. 
Pet Peeve: Noon type. 

"Who clued you?" 
Honors 1.5: Yearbook Staff 4; Class Motto 
5; Home Room Spelling Bee Champion 
1,2. 




DIANE McKINNON 



I), 



Ambition: To own a light blue six-door 
Cadillac. 

Pet Peeve: Waking up in the morning. 

"What a scrounge!!!" 
Open House Exhibit 1; Chorus 2; Reflector 
Advertising Staff 4; Attendance Slips 4; 
Senior Play Selection 4; Pep Club 3- 



DONALD McNEICE 

Ambition: To start my own business. 

Pet Peeve: Homework. 

"Now then!" 
Open House Exhibit 1,2,3; Honors 1,2; 
High Honors 3; Senior Prom, V.S. Chair- 
man i. 



CHESTER MILLER 



( lu-t 



Ambition: To be a millionaire bachelor. 
Pet Peeve: Women. 

"Ya!" 

North Quincy High 1,2,3; Band 2,3; Ten- 
nis 2,3; Yearbook Staff 4; Graduation 
( lothing 4. 



MARILYN MILLER 



Mai 



Ambition: To retire as a wealthy actress. 
Pet Peeve: "Big wheels. 

"Gum, anyone?" 
Class Will Chairman 4; Class Banquet 3; 
Student ( ounc.il 3,4; Junior Nominating 3; 
Miss Stotkwell's Secretary 4; Pep Club 4; 
Typewriting Certificate tS, 3; Softball 1. 



GAIL MONTGOMERY 



Monly 



Ambition: To be ambitious. 

Pet Peeve: Spots on people's clothes. 

"Oh, fish hooks!" 
Miss Stockwell's Messenger 1,2; Miss Stock- 
well's Secretary 5,1; Open House 1; Attend- 
ance Slips 4. 



BARBARA MORAN 



Barb 



Ambition: Dental hygienist. 
Pet Peeve: High heels. 

"Hurry up, week-end." 
Abington High 1.2,5; Science Club 1,2,3; 
Dramatic Club 2,5; Strawberry Valley Teen- 
Timers 1,2,3! Majorette 1,2; Student Coun- 
cil Assistant i; Winter Concert Usher 4. 



38 



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LOIS MORRISON 



I o 



Ambit 'on: Business college. 
Pet Peeve: ( old potatoes. 

"My goodness!" 
Pe? Club 3.4; Softbsll I: Eadminton Lj 
S.ate Music Festival 2.3; Choir 2.3; Science 
Fair Exhibit 3. 



PATRK I \ MO I I 



Pal 



Ambition: Nurse. 

Pet Peeve: Boys that need a shave. 

"Whal'i tooting?" 
Easketball 3,1; Softball 1,2,3; Grammar 
School Messenger 1.2: Yearbook Polity 
Committee 4; Future Nurses' Club 4. 



I I 1/ Mil III MOW lili \ . 



Belt) 



Ambition: Secretary. 
Pet Peeve: Tests. 

"Don't know, Jo you?" 
Typewriting Certificate 48, V, Pep Club 3; 
Basketball 2; Open House Exhibit 1.2; 
Chorus 2; Choir I . 



( MiOl Men I It 

Ambition: Air-line hostess. 
Pet Peeve: Unfriendly people. 

"Real cool." 
Honors 2; Pep Club 3.1; Victory Dance 3; 
Junior Decorating 3; Senior Decorating i 
Home Room Messenger 3; Junior High 
Office ); Mr. Lyons' Secretary 3. 



( MiOl I Ml 1 ( \in 



( .i r.i tile I 



Ambition: Art school. 

Pet Peeve: Missing the bus. 

"Oh, no!" 

Reflector Art Staff 3,-1; Basketball 1.3; Field 
Hockey 1.1: Softball 1,3; Volleyball 1.4; 
Badminton 1,3; Senior Prom ■(; Science 
Fair Exhibit 3. 




UK II Mil) Ml Kit \ i Bo 

Ambition: To be a millionaire. 

Pet Peeve: Poys who need a haircut. 

"Here it comet!" 
Foo:ball I, Manager 2,3,4. 



CAR! NASH Needlei 

Ambition: ( hcf. 

Pet PeeVC: Wearing neckties. 

"Are iou kidding me?" 
Vu.lcnt <"uinil Assistant s.l Science Fair 
Exhibit 1,2,3; Victory Dance I. 



M Mi I 1 1 \ \ \- 



Maltv 



Ambition : 
Pet Peeve 



Sec retary. 
Back scat drivers. 
"Lint it up." 



Library Club 2; Science Fair Exhibit 2. 



UK II Mil) M W.I I Di< k 

Ambition: To speak Spanish fluently. 
Pet Peeve Homework. 

"/ don't know." 
Football 1.2.3.4. Baseball 1.2. 



I K Wi lis M AN \ Fran 

Ambition: Medical research. 
Pet Peeve: Unfriendly people. 

"I'm glad that you're glad." 
Class Secretary 3.4; High Honors 1,2,3; 
Student Council 1.2,3,4. Treasurer 4; Jun- 
ior Party 3: Reflector Arr Staff 2,3,4: Vic- 
tory Dance 3.4; Cheerleader 4; Pep Club 4. 



PAULA Ml lil'll i 

Ambition: Nurse. 
Pet Peese: Notebooks. 

"Why??" 

Saint Fernard's High School, Newton 1,2; 
Latin Club 1,2: Pooklettes i; Yearbook 
Staff 4; Future Nurses' Club 4. 




JO W\l M A \ Jo 

Ambition: Model. 
Pet Peeve: Spiders. 

"No bout adoubt it." 
Honors 2.3; Mr. Lyond's Secretary 3,4; 
G.egg Transcription Certificate 100; Choir 
2; Winter Concert Usher 4. 




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BARBARA MCHOLLS 



B.irl, 



Ambition: 
Pet Peeve: 



Teacher. 
Snobs. 

"Come on!" 



Honors 1,2.3; Farewell Assembly 3; Choir 
1; Graduation Clothing 4; Spanish Club 3. 
Pep Club 2,3; Lunch Room Cashier 1,2,3; 
Science Fair Exhibit 3: Basketball 2. 



\\ II. LARD NICHOLS 



It.-.. 



Ambition: To retire at 25. 

Pet Peeve: Climbing to 30" after lunch. 

"How's a goin'T" 
Foo;ball 1; Science Fair Exhibit 3; 
Lunch Room Assistant 3. 



DOROTHY NISBET 



l)i>ll\ 



Ambition: Machine operator. 
Pet Peeve: Stuck-up girls. 

' Come on, let's hurry." 
Mr. Stuart s Secretary 3.-*; Open House Ex- 
hibit 2; Gregg Transcription Certificate 
60, !; Pep Club 3.4; Choir I. 



BEVERLY NORCRO^ 



Bov 



Ambition: Physiotherapist. 

Pet Peeve: Waiting for a salesclerk. 

"Au -right, a-ready!" 
Softball 1; Lunch Room Assistant 2.3; Sci- 
ence Fair Exhibit 3: French Club 3; Pep 
Club 4; Senior Prom 4. 



PHILIP NIS I ROM 

Ambition: To get rich. 
Pet Peeve: English. 

"You bet'." 
Basketball 3; Football 2,3; Spring Track 1; 
Winter Track 1 . 



I I IZABETH OCOWOR 



Betty 



Ambition: Nurse. 

Pet Peeve: Writing compositions. 

"What's your trouble?" 
Archbishop Williams High School 1,2; Vol- 
leyball 2; Gym Demonstration 1,2; Glee 
Club 1,2; Science Fair Exhibit 3. 




PATRICIA O'DONOGHUE 



Patty 



Ambition: Telephone operator. 
Pet Peeve: Oral compositions. 

"Dig that crazy record." 
Dorchester High School 2; Choir 2,3; Sci- 
ence Fair Exhibit 3; Grammar School Mes- 
senger 4. 



\RTiii'R <>R(VI I 



Bud 



Ambition: Engineering. 
Pet Peeve: Homework. 

"Quietness is a virtue." 
Band 1,2,3,4; N. E. Music Festival 1,2; 
State Music Festival 1,2,3,4; Lunch Room 
Assistant 4; Science Fair Exhibit 2,3,4; 
Orchestra 1,2,3,4. 



1 1 \ HOLD PACE 



I larry 



Ambition: To own my own business. 
Pet Peeve: Homework. 

"You don't know, do you?" 
Lunch Room Assistant 2,3,4; Open House 
Exhibit 1,2,3; Graduation Clothing 4; High 
Honors 1,2,3. 



ROBERT PARSONS 



Bob 



Ambition: Business administrator. 
Pet Peeve: The alarm clock. 

"1 wonder what he meant by that." 
Quincy High School 1,2; Farewell Assem- 
bly 3; Who's Who 4. 



CAROL PATENAUDE 

Ambition: Dental assistant. 

Pet Peeve: Our short lunch period. 

"That's life " 
Braintree High School I; Attendance Slips 
4; Senior Play Selection 4. 



RICHARD PAYNE 



Dick 



Ambition: Electronics engineer. 
Pet Peeve: Those who love to argue. 

"Ye gads!" 
Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 
2,3,4; State Music Festival 1,2,3,4; N. E. 
Music Festival 1,2. 



(l 



II \\ I'l \KDO\ 



Ambition: To own a gift shop. 
Pet Peeve: Bermuda shorts. 

"You are, without a doubt." 
Reflector Art Staff J,4j Home Room Mev 
senger 4; Attendance Slips 1; Open House- 
Exhibit I; Spring Concert Usher 4. 



DONN \ I'l ( oil \l(() 



Si. 



Ambition: Legal secretary. 
Pel Peeve: Knee socks. 

"Gee-golly!" 
Drum Majorette 2,3,4; Refleitor Art Staff 
2,3.4; Pep Club 3; Science Fair Exhibit 1; 
State and New England Musical Festivals 
1.2,3; Choir 1.2.3. 



MERES \ I'l I l so 



i 



Ambition: Telephone operator. 
Pet Peeve: Dill Pickles. 

"I'm hungry." 
Miss Waterman's Secretary I. Typcv. riling 
Certificate 45. 3; Pep Club 3; Open House 
Exhibit S; Winter Concert Usher 4. 



CORDON I'l rERSON 



S|»|kl- 



Ambition: Amateur pilot. 
Pet Peeve: English. 

"I'll sty." 

Home Room Messenger 3; Science Fair Ex- 
hibit 3. 



Jl AN I'l I U Ml.li 



I, 



Ambition: To attend Bible School. 
Pet Peeve: Hats with feathers. 

"It's more fun that way." 
Reflector Art Staff 2,3.4; Who's Who 4; 
Reflector Secretary 4; Junior High Office 4: 
Science Fair Exhibit 1. 



NORMAN PHA1R 



Mike 



Ambition: Automobile salesman. 
Pet Peeve: Cauliflower. 

"Don't worry, you got me over here." 
Graduation Clothing 4; Science Fair Ex- 
hibit 3. 




DORIS PICEON 

Ambition: Air-line hostess. 
Pet Peeve: School work. 

"Oh, well, what are you going to do?" 
Honors 1,2.3; Typewriting Certificate 48. 
s; Gregg Transcription Certificate 120, 4; 
Softball 2,3; Basketball 2,3; Miss Benson s 
Secretary 3. 



< \UOI A \ PI ITS 

Ambition: Nurse. 

Pet Peeve: Pegged leg pants. 

"It's the greatest.'" 
Junior Decorating J; Cheerleader 2,3,4, 
Refleitor Art Staff 2,3.4: Pep Club 3,4; 
Victor* Dance 3,4; French Club 3; Honors 
2.^; Student Council 2; Pum kin Hop 3- 



\l HI l( I PI//I 



liirtli 



Ambition: Coach. 

Pet Peeve: Noisy study periods. 

"Yeah, yeah, and eierythin'." 
Farewell Assembly S; Senior Reception 4; 
Baseball 2.3.4; Basketball Lj Football 1.2. 
3,4; Spring Track 3; Winter Track 2; Stu- 
dent Council Assistant 3. 



I III 1(1 s \ I'OHtll U 



Terry 



Ambition: Private secretary. 
Pet Peeve: Sniffles. 

"Then, what did he lay?" 
Honors 1,3; Spelling Bee Champion 1; 
Gregg Transcription Certificate 80, 3; Type- 
writing Certificate 46, 3; Mr. Klay's Secre- 
tary 3.4; Science Fair Exhibit 1. 



IANE I'OI! 1 1 It 



ainey 



Ambition: Journalist. 

Pet Peeve: End-of-lunch bell. 

"Isn't that tender?" 
South Boston High School 2; Open House 
Exhibit 3; Science Fair Exhibit 3; Volley- 
ball 3; Badminton 3; Senior Reception 4; 
Pep Club 4. 



JOAN POKIER 

Ambition: To work in a business office. 
Pet Peeve: People who are always late. 

"Did I get a letter today?" 
Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, 3; Type- 
writing Certificate 49, 3; Choir I; Class 
Motto 3; Reflector Secretary 4; Senior Parry 
4; Pep Club 4. 



L_L_JI E 




MNRJORIE PORTER 



Ma 



Ambition: To marry a doctor. 
Pet Peeve: New England weather. 

"I'll jay!" 

Lunch Room Cashier 1,2; French Club J; 
Senior Nominating 4; Pep Club 3,4; 
Honors 2; Class Banquet 4. 



JUNE PRATT 

Ambition: To publish a book. 

Pet Peeve: Changing typewriter ribbons. 

"What can I do now?" 
Reflector Literary Staff 2,3,4; Gregg Tran- 
scription Certificate 120, 4: Mrs. Masters' 
Secietary 3.4; Honors 1,3; High Honors 2. 



NORMAN PRATT Speck 

Ambition: To have a big business. 
Pet Peeve: Boring work. 

Dig that crazy character." 



II \KOI.D PR \i 



Sardine 



Ambition: To be a success. 
Pet Peeve: Getting up in the morning. 
"See you around the campus." 



RONALD PRICE 



Prici 



Ambition: 
Pet Peeve: 



To graduate. 
School. 

"Not me. 



\ IOLET PROODI \N 

Ambition: Private secretary. 
Pet Peeve: Snapping gum. 

"Oh. but definitely." 
Orchestra 1 ; New England Festival 1 ; Sci- 
ence Fair Exhibit 2,3; Mr. Jack's Secretary 
4; Typewriting Certificate 47, 3; Gregg 
Transcription Certificate 80, 3. 




MARJORIE QUIGLEY 



Marjie 



Ambition: To marry a hillbilly. 
Pet Peeve: Tests. 

"M'm, boyl" 

Hyde Park High School 1,2; Pep Club 4; 
Attendance Slips 4; Spring Concert Usher 
4; Student Council Assistant 4; Spring Con- 
cert LIsher 4. 



CLIFFORD RAND 



Cliff 



Ambition: Naval aviator. 
Pet Peeve: English. 

"But, on the other hand — " 
Typewriting Certificate 45, i; Basketball 
1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3. 



►CATHERINE REYNOLDS 



Kay 



Ambition: Secretary. 
Pet Peeve: Gossip. 

"Some one of these days — " 
North Quincy High School 1; Honors 2; 
Typewriting Certificate 51, 3; Yearbook 
Policy 4; Miss McMorrows Secretary 3,4; 
Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, 3. 



JA( OFFLINE RILEY 



Jackie 



Ambition: Housewife. 
Pet Peeve: Homework. 

"You crazy mixed-up kid." 
Student Council Assistant 3,4; Junior Nom- 
inating 3; Typewriting Certificate 48, 3. 



PATRICK RIVELLI 



Pat 



Ambition: Mechanical engineer. 
Pet Peeve: Carrots. 

"Dig that crazy Slndehaker." 
Orchestra I ; State Music Festival 1 ; Science 
Fair Exhibit 3; Honors 1. 



CARL ROBERTS 



Buddy 



Ambition: Deep sea diver. 

Pet Peeve: Getting up in the morning. 

"Look at the chicks." 
Student Council 4; Farewell Assembly 3; 
Basketball 4; Junior Party 3; Junior Usher 
3 Science Fair Committee 1 /. 'i Pum kin 
Hop 4; Victory Dance 4; Decorating 3. 



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RI< II \l!l) ROBINSON 



( cirks 



Ambition: Success. 

l J ct Peeve: Doss that won't stay at home. 

"deep!" 

Honors 1.2; High Honors 3; Cross Coun- 
try 4; Winter and Spring Track 4; Class 
Banquet 4; Senior Nominating 4; Yearbook 
Staff 4; Science Fair Exhibit 3. 



GLOR] \ U()( ktt(H)l) 



Glo 



Ambition: Rockwood Chocolate Company 
Pet Peeve: Rainy clays. 

•Really." 

Science Fair Exhibit 1; Grammar School 
Messenger J; Attendance Slips 1; Gradua 
tion Clothing 4. 



DON \l I) HOss 



D.i 



Ambition: To have my own business. 
Pet Peeve: Shy girls. 

"H'm, boy!" 
V.S. President 3,1; Honors 1,2.3; Junior 
Rotarian I; Student Council 2,3.4; Junior 
Decorating s; Football 1,2,3,4; Pum kin 
Hop I. Lunch RiKim Assistant 2,3,4. 



I'M I HI sM I I 

Ambition: To hnd uraniaum in my yard. 
Pet Peeve: Teachers who take attendance. 

"You're had it." 
Science Fair Exhibit 3,4; Home Room 
Messenger 3. 



BARB AH \ in ERSON 



Barb) 



Ambition: Stenographer. 
Pet Peeve: Homework. 

"Aw shucks'." 
Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, 
100, 4; Typewriting Certificate 
Choir 4; Pep Club 4. 



80, 



MAR TH \ S VI i;MMI. 

Ambition: Fashion buyer. 
Pet Peeve: Liver. 

"/ don't know. 
High Honors 1; Honors 2 
scription Certificate 1 00, 4 
Olrice 4; Miss Petrucci s 
Typewriting Certificate 53, 3 



Mart) 



; Gregg Tran- 
Junior High 
Secretary 3,4; 




I MOM \s s w u;k 



I on 



Ambition' College. 

Pet Peeve: 8:20 deadline 

"Away we go." 
A V. Club 2.3.4; Science Fair Exhibit 
2,3,4; Lighting (or Plays and Assemblies 
2.3; Lunch Room Assistant 4; 'unior Party 
s. Senior Parry 4. 



Ill I I N SCHRAI I 

Ambition Telephone operator. 
Pet Peeve: Making notebooks. 

"Amazing."' 
Open House Exhibit 1. Science Fair Exhibit 
1; Choir 2,3. 



jl \NM III SCOPA 



lai 



Ambition Private secretary. 
Pet Peeve Reik'css driccrs 

"Oh. tome on!" 
Honors 1.3; Mr. Nelson's Secretary 3.4; 
Gregg Transcription certificate 120. 4; 
Typewriting Certificate 61. 3; Vocational 
ScBOOl Seiretary I. Softball 1. 



I HI D SEVERAN4 I 

Ambition: To start my own bus.ness. 
Pel Perse Homework. 

"/ say there!" 
Open House Exhibit V, High Honors 1,2. 



(.Ml SHAHBAZ 

Ambition: Business school. 
Pet Peeve: Snobs. 

"Well, lor crying out aloud!" 
Yearbook Policy 4; Latin Certificate of 
Superior Merit 2; Softball 1; Library Assist- 
ant 2: Science Fair Exhibit 3: Badminton 1. 



HELEN SHAM 

Ambition: Nurse. 

Pet Peeve: String ties. 

"Well. I'll tell ><i 
Winter Concert Usher 4. 



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SHIRLEY SHEA 



Shirl 



Ambit on: Airline hostess. 
Fet Peeve: Pink slips. 

"Tremendous. " 
Honors 2: Pep Club 4; Field Hockey 2,3; 
Eadminton I; Softball }; Basketball 1,2,3; 
Junior Nominating 3: Class Dues Collector 
4; Home Room Messenger 1. 



MARGARET SHELLEY 



Peggy 



Ambition: Secretary. 
Pet Peeve: Oral Reports. 

"Where there's a will, there's a way." 
Typewriting Certificate 51. 3; Choir 2.3; 
Gregg Transcription Certificate 60. 3; Open 
House Exhibit 1; Attendance Slips 4; Re- 
flector Secretary 4; Pep Club 2,3- 



DAVID SHERMAN 



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Ambition: To be a good metal worker. 
Pet Peeve: Getting up in the morning. 
"Why an hour when only a minute late?" 
Lunch Room Assistant 2.3.4; Student Coun- 
cil 2,3.4; Football 1,2; Spring Track 1,2; 
Vi inter Track 1; Senior Nominating 4. 



\ \\\ RENCE SHKRM \N 



Larry 



Ambition: Draftsman. 

Pet Peeve: Women drivers. 

"For tree, take; for money, no want." 
Graduation Clothing 4; Football Usher 4; 
Lunch Room Assistant 4; Science Fair Ex- 
hibit 2,3.4. 



LDU \RD SHERRICK Spot 

Ambition: Carpenter. 
Pet Peeve: Homework. 

"How's your love life/" 
Senior Party 4. 



DONALD SHIELDS Con 

Ambition: To go to law school. 
Pet Peeve: Homework. 

"Great!" 

Baseball 1 .3,4; Junior Party 3; Junior 
Decorating 3; Student Council Assistant 1,2; 
Football 1,2; Basketball 1,3,4. 




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FRANCIS SHIELDS 



Frank 



Ambition: To be a lawyer. 

Pet Peeve: Those who are always late. 

"How's it going?" 
Junior Party 3; Science Fair Exhibit 3; 
Student Council Assistant 1,2; Football 
1,2,3,4. 



GARY SHORTLIDGE 

Ambition: Business executive. 
Pet Peeve: Passing of time. 

"That's quite a rig." 
Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Football 
1,2,3,4; Honors 1; Student Council 1,2, 
Assistant 3,4. 



MARILYN SIMPSON 

Ambition: Telephone operator. 

Pet Peeve: Homework on week-ends. 

"Here, let me show you how to do it." 
Typewriting Certificate 5 3. 3; Softball 1; 
Open House Exhibit 1; Winter Concert 
Usher 4. 



DONALD SMART 



Buggsy 



Ambition: Electrical engineer. 
Pet Peeve: Getting up in the morning. 
"We're off. in a cloud of nuts and holts." 
Football Manager 2,3,4; Science Fair Ex- 
hibit 1,2,3,4. 



PHEBE SMITH 

Ambition: Stenographer. 

Pet Peeve: Dates who come early. 

"Oh, don't worry about it!" 
Gregg Transcription Certificate 100, 4; Sen- 
ior Reception 4; Typewriting Certificate 46, 
3; Pep Club 3,4; Mr. Cleaves's Secretary 
4; Victory Dance 2. 



ROBERT SPEAR 

Ambition: Sheet metal worker. 
Pet Peeve: Studying. 

"/ don't know." 
Lunch Room Assistant 2,3. 



Bob 




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EUGENI SP1 ( K 



Gc 



Ambition: To be a doctor. 
Pet Peeve: Drying dishes. 

"Ya, ya, ya!" 
Vice-President S.I; Junior Rotarian 4; Ski 
Club Jj Student Council 3.4; Pep Club 2; 
Spring Track 2,3; Winter Track i\ Baseball 
1,2; Football 1.2.3.4. 



ARTHUR ST. CYB 



\ili<- 



Ambition: To be a top kick in the Army. 
Pet Peeve: Troubling the leathers. 

"To thi bill." 
Open House Exhibit 1,2,3.4; Who s Who 
4; Lunch Room Assistant 2.S. Junior Deeo 
rating 3. 



JOHN STEEN 

Ambition: To break world's speed record. 
Pet Peeve: Work and women drivers. 

"No deal." 
Lunch Room Assistant 2. 



( Mfoi STODDARD 

Ambition: College. 
Pet Peeve: Lines. 

"Whu'i done the bomeu ork?" 
Litem? < lub s. Open House Exhibit 3; 
Badminton 3. 




Ii\ltlt\l< \ SI \|)|N ll.ii li 

Ambition: To travel. 

Pet Peeve: People who worry. 

"It'cll, don't worry about it." 
Honors I.2.S Senior Nominating I. Musu 
Groups' Secretary-Treasurer S; Class Ean- 
<|uci I Typcwiinng < crtifuate iV s I'jn 
ketball 2. Band Librarian 2.3.4. 



( \U()I s\\ \H I / 

Ambition: To live in a 20 -room house. 
Pet Peeve Working nights. 

"It'm'm, sounds familiar." 

Gregg Transcription Certificate SO, 100, Jj 
Honors I.2.S. Mr. Stuarts Secretary 3; Sci- 
ence Fair Exhibit 2. Senior Party 4. 



U\UU\K \ sU\H 



It.,. I, 



Ambition: Career girl. 
Pet Peeve: Fussy teachers. 

"You're j buddy!" 
Gregg Transcription Certificate 60. 3; Type- 
writing Certificate }2. S; Student Council 
I.2.S. Assistant 4; Basketball 1.2. Mr. 
I v ons Secretary t. (.hcerlcadcr 3.4. 



K \1 I \ I KO 

Ambition: Medical secretary. 

Pet Peeve- My uncontrollable hair. 

"I'm not kiddtn '. ktd\; I'm terious." 
Honors 1.2.3; Attendance Slips I. Open 
House Exhibit 1,3; Student Council 4; Mr. 
Lyons Secretary I. Science Fair Commit- 
tee I. 



liOlil It I MUM I M \\ 



K i nil 



Ambition: Physical education instructor. 
Pet Peeve: Not enough movies. 

"Who has the English done?" 
Spring and Winter Track 1.2.3.4; Labora- 
tory Assistant 3; A.V. Club 1.2.3.4; Fare- 
well Assembly 3; Junior Party 3; Science 
Fair Committee 3. 



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She 



Ambition: Buyer. 
Pet Peeve: Blushing. 

"Oh, no.'" 

Pep Club 3.4; Open House Exhibit 1.3; 
Typewriting Certificate 45, J; Senior Re- 
ception 4; Cheerleader 4; Badminton 2; 
Volleyball 3; Softball 1,2,3. 




U( II UID l u LOR 

Ambition: (Commercial artist. 
Pet Peeve: Chemistry. 

"All right, already. 
Quincy High School 2.3. 



JOWM IOM. 



Hick 



Jo 



Ambition: Hairdresser. 
Pet Peese: Squares. 

"/ dig you the most.'" 
Braintrec High School I: Science Fair Ex- 
hibit 2; Refleitor Advertising Staff 2; Open 
House Exhibit 1. 



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GAIL TFU DELI. 

Ambition: To be a writer. 
Pet Peeve: Gossip. 

"Eut don't you think?" 
Literary Club 3; Class Motto 3: Grammar 
School Messenger I: Typewriting Certificate 
60. 3; Reflector Advertising Staff 1. 



JO\N IRLMBLLL 



Shortv 



Ambition: To grow to be 51". 

Pet Peeve: Tall girls who pat my head. 

" — and that goes lor you. too." 
Gresg Transcription Certificate 60. 3: Type- 
writing Certificate 50, 3: Home Room Mes- 
senger 1; Reflet tor Art Staff 2.3.4; Senior 
Prom 4; Mr. Lordi's Secretary 4. 



I [ 1/ \BETH VOEG I LIN 



Betsv 



Ambition: Free-lance commercial artist. 
Pet Peeve: Cats. 

"What a revolting situation!" 
Reflector Art Staff 4; Spanish Club 3.4: 
Spelling Bee Champion 1; Open House 
Exhibit 3. 



'Ml IK I V\ \\ VLKER 



Shir] 



Ambition: Airline hostess. 

Pet Peeve: Waiting for someone late. 

"What is the story?" 
Typewriting Certificate 51. 3: Gregg Tran- 
scription Certificate 80, 3; Miss White's 
Secretary 3.4: Student Council Assistant 
3.4; Who's Who 4; Pep Club 4. 



JO VNNE WEIGEE 



Jo 



Ambition: Writer. 

Pet Peeve: Those who gossip. 

"That's my baby." 
Palatine High School, Chicago. III. 1: Pep 
Club 1.2.3.4; Reflector Literary Staff 2,3; 
Spelling Kee Champion 2; Science Fair Ex- 
hibit 3; Dramatic Club 1. 



GLORIA WHEELER 

Ambition: Private secretary. 
Pet Peeve: 7:45 A.M. buses. 

"What's the story here?" 
Cheerleader 2.3.4; Gregg Transcription Cer- 
tificate 60, 3; Mr. Mazzola's Secretary 4; 
Reflector Advertising Staff 2,3; Pep Club 
2,3,4; Senior Nominating 4. 




GEORGE WHITE 

Ambition: Deep-sea diver. 
Pet Peeve: Girls. 

"I'll say!" 

Cross Country 1; Science Fair Exhibit 1; 
Lunch Room Assistant 4. 



HENRY WHITE 



Hank 



Ambition: To have my own business. 
Pet Peeve: Problems of Democracy. 

"How're you hilling 'em?" 
Spelling Eee Champion 1 ; Lunch Room 
Assistant 2; Senior Reception -t; Band 3.4; 
Open House Exhibit 1,2,3,4; State Music 
Festival 3. 



JAMES WHITE 



Whitey 



Ambition: Millionaire. 
Pet Peeve: Life. 

"Yuh, Doc." 
Football 1.2,3; Junior Decorating 3; Grad- 
uation Clothing 4; Open House Exhibit 
1,2,3,4; Baseball 1. 



DONALD WHITNEY 



Eli 



Ambition: Engineer. 
Pet Peeve: Split lunch. 

"It drives me." 
Class Will 4; Band 1,2.3.4; Orchestra 2,3; 
Cross Country 2; Open House Exhibit 2: 
Science Fair Exhibit 3; Football LIsher 3: 
State Music Festival 1,2,3. 



JUDITH WHITTLES Judy 

Ambition: Secretary. 
Pet Peeve: Blushing. 

"Did you see that?" 
Science Fair Exhibit 2; Open House 2; 
Typewriting Certificate 46, 3; Honors 3; 
Reflc-ctor Secretary 3: Softball 3; Who's 
Who j; Attendance Slips 4. 



ERNEST WILLIAMS Ernie 

Ambition: To be a great engineer. 
Pet Peeve: Girls who sing off key. 

"What did I do?" 
Laboratory Assistant 3,4; Junior Party 3; 
Science Fair Committee 3,4; Senior Prom 
4; Farewell Assembly 3; Student Council 4; 
A.V. Club 2,3,4; Spring Track 3. 




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\rtir 



Ambic:on: Business management. 

I'tt Peeve: Conceited women. 

"li nt boy, you're a flood one." 
Baseball 4; Cross Country 4; Winter Traik 
•I; Science Hair Exhibit 3. 



J \( Ol I I l\l \\ II I Is 



J. it Itic 



Ambition: Air line hoitesi. 

Pet Peeve- Shorthand bnmcwork. 

"Gil whiz!" 
Junior Decorating '>. Senior Party I, Gregg 
Transcription Certificate 60, S; Miss Too- 
mey's Secretary 4j Rtflttior Secrctars i 
Typewriting ( eriihcaic »~. V 



UK II \KI) \\ II I S( )\ \\ ,IK 

Ambition: Meteorologist. 
Pet Peeve: Getting up early. 

"Hunt nukei uailt." 
Science Pair Exhibit 'i. Spring Ttaik i 
Baseball I. 



ji w \\i \oit 

Ambition: Private secretary. 
Pet Peeve: ( lean white bucks. 

"What is the nory?" 
Pep Club - vi. Farewell Assembly S; 
Sub Cheer leader I. ( Will i Gregg 

Transcription Certificate 120. I. Junior 
Party 3i Honors 3; Student Council Assist 
ant 4. 



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\l W "i I ()\| \NS 

Ambition: Surt a business of my own. 
Pet Peeve Girls who think they re it. 

"Sou uhji did I do?" 
Science Fair Exhibit 2.3; Student Council 
Assistant I. 



S \M)U \ YORK s |j 

Ambition: Business executive. 
Pet Peeve Men. 

"So ubdt iht ii ntu?" 
Rtftt<ior Literary Star! •!. Graduation Cloth- 
ing 4; V.S. Secretary 4; Miss Norris' Sec- 
retary J 4; Gregg Transcription Certificate 
80. 3: Honors 2. 



Willi \M * Ol NCW Oil I II 



Bill 



Ambition Private secretary. 
Pet Peeve: Gossipcrs. 

"lin'l thai tunny?" 
Open House I; Mr. Stuarts Secretary 4; 
Cregg Transcription Certificate 60. s. K0. 
I. Attendance Slips I. 



I' V I Kil l \ /I Ol I 

Ambition: To be a success in life. 
Pet Peeve VX'omen drivers in traffic. 

"U"e till bji e to go somtlimt." 



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Top Row \< k< ss: 
Donald Aikens— Most Populai Boy, Athlete 
Barbara Sylvia-r Heart Breaker, Prettiest 
W illiam (Haw son— Heart Breaker 
I'hvllis Jenkins— Mini Hula 
Thomas Curtin — Woman Hatei 
sheila Suhovich— Best Dressed Girl 
John Connerty— Best Dressed Boy 
Barbara Moran— Hair 
Gar) Shortlidge— Handsomest 

Si:c:om) Row : 

Frances Nenna— Most Popular Girl, Most Popular With The Men, 
Most Likely To Succeed 
Richard Elwell— Hair 
Pin His Du\'er»er— Ea es 
Donald Mc Xcice— Eyes 
Marilyn Lewis— Sin He 
Louis Dalesandro — Smile 
\ I arilyn Lu tz— Com plexion 
Joe Kelly— Complexion 
Carolyn Pitts— Figure 



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Third Row : 

Paul [acobson— Physique 
Patricia Dionne— Voice 
Richard Gauley — Voice 
Janet Cowe— Intellect 
W illiam Duncan— Intellet I 
Judith Donahue— Cleverness 

John Burgess— Most Likely To Succeed, Best School Citizen 
Janice McDonough— Wittiest 
Ra\ mond Freeman— Cleverness 

Bottom Row: 
Marion Cazeault— Disposition, Best School Citizen 
George MacKenzie— Most Popular With The Women 
Diane MacKinnon— Comedienne 
Allien Pizzi— Disposition 
Phebe Smith— Most Carefree 
Roger McDonnell— Most Carefree 
Kay Tatro— Dignity 
George Frates— Dignity 
Pauline Guilmette— Sportsmanship, Athlete 



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Dcnald Ross Spoi tsmanship 
[anei Donovan -Pep 
Eugene Speck— Pep 
Second Row : 
Joan Keefe— Friendliness 
Geor»e Dugas— Friendliness 
Panic ia Brittain— Dependability 
Edward Mac Kenzie— Dependability 
I niki) Row : 
[oan Hush— Poetess 
Kenneth Karlberg— Poet 
\ I ary Costa — Al usicia n 
Howa rd E 1 tis—Musicia n 
Maureen Brown— Artist 
Fourth Row: 
Charles Martin— Actor 
Nam \ Bowman — A ct ress 
Ric hard Giovanucci— Poise 
Barbara Brow ne— Poise 
Robert Parsons— Wittiest 
Ric hard Tax lor— A rtist 
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ii. Patricia Mott, Marilyn Miller; 7. Dorothy Duke; 8. John Cur- 
10. Phyllis DuVerger, Barhara Curtis, Russell Fitzgerald, Charles 
Martin; g. Elaine Kurt is; 10. C.ary Hochberg, Albeit Pizzi, Rich- 
ard Ciovanucci, Russell Fitzgerald, Donald Shields; 11. Shirley 
Walker, Phebe Smith, Sail) Eaton, Virginia Dorey, Maureen 
Brown, Marilyn Simpson, Carolyn Pitts, Carol Mover; 12. Pa- 
tricia Brittain, Maiihn Lewis, Barbara Feggett, Evelyn Daniele, 
Frances N'enna, Janet Hoering; 13. Joanne Neva; 14. Patricia 
King; 15. Bette Lewis; Robert Knight; 17. Bicknell School, 
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2. Helen Bodel: 3. Man Clinton; |. Frances Nenna; -,. Rita 
|<>\; (i. Lois Morrison: -. Hunt School. Grade 5; 8. Marilyn 
Miller; 9. Robert Kelly; 10. Patricia King. Robert McKenna, 
Joan Trumbull, Joseph Hussar. Frederick Mielbye; 11. Joan 
Keefe. Virginia Dorev. Carol Mover, Shirley Walker. Fiances 
MacMurray, Maureen Brown. Sallv Eaton, Marion Ca/eauit: 
12. Bicknell School. Grade 8; 13. Joan Lukis, Florence Plate; 
14. Pratt School. Grade 5; 15. Donna Pecoraro; t<>. Marjorie 
Porter, Jean Wynott. 






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i. Verna Caruso, Lois Morrison; 2. Carol MacDonald, Cynthia 
Little, Cordon Coyle, Robert Huhtanen, Barbara Browne; 
;{. Nancy Masters; 4. Gary Hochberg; 5. Pond School, Grade ,; 
li. Eileen Day, Elizabeth l)i\, Marilyn Miller, Mary Clinton, 
Nancy Masters. Janet (owe. Gail Montgomery, Bette Lewis, 
Patricia King, Margaret Kannaly; 7. Kenneth Karlberg; 8. Paula 
Murphy; 9. Patricia King, Joan Trumbull, Joseph Hussar, 
Frederick Mielbye, Carol Garber, Robert Huhtanen, Janet 
Hoering, William Duncan; 10. Joan Keefe, Jean Wynott; 11. 
Dianne Mckinnon; 12. Marilyn Lewis, Genevieve Ferrino 
Barbara Sylvia, Gloria Wheeler, Patricia Brittain; 13. Robert 
Kelly; 14. Victor Battaglioli; 15. Mary Costa; Adams School, 
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i. John Connerty, Francis Kelcourse, Louis Dalesandro; 
Marilyn Lutz; 3. Dorothy Harding: 4. Janet Cowe; -,. Helen 
Bodel, Patricia Dionne; 6. Jerome Hillman. Carl Roberts, I)a\i«l 
Hegarty; 7. Albert I'izzi: 8. Frances MacMurray; 9. Nevin School, 
C.rade 7; 10. Athens School, Grade -,: 11. Maureen Brown, 
Joan Kecfe, Louis Dalesandro: 12. Bicknell School. Grade -,: 
13. Joan Knights; 14. Joan Dutson. 



HIGH HONOR ESSAYS 

POST-WAR FOREIGN POLICY 

JOHN I. BURGESS 

TEACHING, THE CAREER 

JANET COWE 



PROGRESS IN MEDICINE 

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POST-WAR 
FOREIGN POLICY 

JOHN I. BURGESS 



Dreseni conditions have made the United States .1 
world leader, responsible lor the safety oi tin- non- 
communisi countries. Founded on .1 s\stcm contrary 
and hostile i«> ours, stands Russia, ready 10 take- advan- 
tage <>! an} weaker nation and envelop it at the first 
opportunity. Vlthough similar circumstances have be- 
fallen unions in pre^ ions ages, no country lias ever had 
t«> cope, as now. with the problem ol prevailing over 
man s \ ci\ soul: we arc involved in not only an econ- 
omic war Inn also an ideological oik-. 

I he I'nitcd Stales is somewhat handicapped by the 
present period ol ultra-nationalism and anti-American 
ism which some- nations arc experiencing. According 
to M u x. Lenin, and their followers, our system of cap- 
italism works toward enriching the- Wall Street capi- 
talists and impoverishing the common man. thus 
creating (lass strife. Such propaganda has been spread 
effectively throughout the world. Since World War 
II. however, America has developed a vigorous policy 
ol containing Russian imperialism within its present 
boundaries, and ol a more favorable power balance, 
even at the risk ol actual war. Our policy can be de- 
scribed as being threefold. 



In the first place, financial aid was furnished to countries impover- 
ished b\ the war, and to under-developed areas. Although intended to 
help less fortunate parts of the world, this material aid took on a new 
light as the dangers of Communism became apparent. Since Commu- 
nism festers among a hungry people, the programs to pay for much 
needed food and machinery, such as the Marshall Plan and Point Four 
were diplomatic master strokes. By far the most effective contribution 
of the American people has been CARE packages. These gifts of food 
and clothing more than appeased hunger and want; they spread inter- 
national good will and understanding, both increasingly vital factors 
for western unity. Never before has the world seen stub generosity to- 
ward friend and foe. 

Next, by open declaration, the true motives of Russian imperialism 
were acknowledged. In response to this, the North Atlantic Treaty 
Organization was set up in 1949, establishing a definite pattern of con- 
tainment. Despite Russia's cries of indignation, western countries had 
decided that armed unity was essential in order to safeguard peace. The 
surprise attack by North Korea and the rapid action of President 
Truman and the United Nations convinced both East and West that 
future aggression would be repelled immediately. Again generosity; 
but given this time was precious blood. 

The third and most recent development of policy is the "New Look" 
of President Eisenhower. The most notable aspect has been its great reli 
ance and concentration on air offensive and the use of atomic and hy- 
drogen weapons. Instant retaliation with these weapons is felt the best 
security against surprise attack. Surface-to-air rockets are being placed 
about important cities, prepared to search out and destroy enemy air- 
craft before they reach their target. At first glance, the dependence on 
large weapons would seem to commit us either to a full-scale-war, if 
another Korea should break out. or to a policy of non-intervention and 
isolation. Actually, the United States is striving to arm the natives of 
threatened countries, as in Pakistan, or is sending material and men 
with technical knowledge, as in Indo-China. that the peoples themselves 
might better divert and repel aggression. 

However, even though it is not altogether impossible for these two 
systems, Soviet Communism and the Eree World, to live together peace- 
fully, tension between them may not be relieved for some time. Since 
containment was instituted as a stop-gap measure, and not as a final 
policy, it behooves our generation to find and develop a far-reaching, 
constructive policy; one which all peoples will choose too follow, one 
that recognizes the fact that freedom is indivisible and that a threat to 
freedom anywhere in the world by any force whatsoever is a threat to 
free people everywhere. 




TEACHING, 
THE CAREER 

JANET COWE 



Ti \( in ks. through their leadership oi American 
youth, determine to a very Large extern the destiny 
ol «»ui nation. For this reason, Ameri< an statesmen Iron, 
the time oi George Washington to the present day have 
paid greal tribute to the profession ol education. Even 
in the days oi early Rome, the great orator, Cicero, re- 
marked, "What nobler employment 01 one more valu- 
able- to the state than thai oi the man who instructs 
tlu rising generation?" Except in national defence, 
more money is invested in the conduc t ol the schools 
than in any other single ente rprise oi the government. 

\t the- present time a serious crisis exists; there are 
far tOO Few teachers to handle the educational problem. 
Statisticians have estimated that there are oxer thirty 
and a hall million boys and girls in the country, aged 
five to seventeen. During the ten-year period between 
1950-1960, a quota of 800.000 new teachers will be 
required to handle the increased enrollment and to 
replace those who have retired from the sen ice. A much 
larger enrollment is. indeed, noticeable in our town, 
where three new schools have already been built, sev- 
eral alterations made in the old buildings, and two 
new schools are now under construction. 



Great responsibility rests upon the teacher, as it does on the entire 
school personnel. Young people must be trained to think, moral princi- 
ples must be emphasized, and proper attitudes must be instilled, in order 
to insure a safe future for our nation. All this represents a challenge, 
and many teachers of high character and nobility of nature are needed 
in order that it may be met. 

There are few occupations in American life which, for the next gen- 
eration, will offer greater professional rewards or greater economic oppor- 
tunity than does teaching. On the whole, opportunities for the well- 
trained, well-qualified teacher never looked brighter. One particular ad- 
vantage is the wide variety of choice a teacher has in practicing her voca- 
tion. She may select a special subject at a certain grade level. Then. too. 
she is protected by tenure laws, sick-leave arrangements, and retirement 
with pension. The teacher's working conditions and environment are 
regularly pleasant. Her associates are interesting, intelligent people, 
often highly talented. While the day may be lengthened by extra- 
curricular activities, nevertheless, the actual working hours compare 
favorably with the time spent in other fields. There are many unique 
opportunities for intellec tual advancement; likewise, the summer vaca- 
tion affords the chance lor travel, relaxation, and further study in many 
colleges offering an extensive plan of summer study. 

Teaching lias always been a relatively stable occupation, in comparison 
with many vocations where slack time is common. Even during wars and 
depressions, few teachers ever lose their positions. Those employed in 
other occupations have reason to envy the teacher witli a year-round 
position, certain income, and vacation periods. A young man or woman 
who enters teaching enters a career that off ers all of the freshness, vitality, 
and challenge of a rapidly developing profession. 

Certainly, teaching is a vocation that has always rendered a high order 
of service to the world since the very beginning of mankind. Some of the 
noblest of the ages have been members of this profession; among them 
Confucius, Socrates. Aristotle, and the greatest of all. the Saviour of the 
World. 

It seems that, with the advancement of time, the profession becomes 
increasingly important because of the absolute necessity of an education 
for everyone, in order to confront the problems of our modern world. 




PROGRESS IN 
MEDICINE 

PRANCES L NENNA 



TV king rai PAffi ten or fifteen years the advance 
made in medu ine has been so great thai even dot tors 
have- not been able t<> keep abreasl ol the latest medical 
wonders. Mam young people <>! today plan to enter 
the field where, undoubtedly, it will be their task to 
continue in this march ol progress. Even the average 
layman finds medicine <>l vital interest, because it 
affects his life so Favorably. In the last hall century, 
twenty years have- hec-n added to the life expectancy 
,,! an individual; hence today there is inevitably wider 
attention and more intensive research Eocused on 
diseases affecting older people. 

The branch of medicine dealing with the heart, the 
most vital <>l all organs, has not yet been completely 
mastered. In recent years, however, the task of conquer- 
ing this affliction has made rapid strides. Among the 
pioneers of this Frontier of medicine was Dr. Eliot 
C.mler of Harvard, assisted by Dr. Samuel A. Levine, 
an eminent cardiologist, who in the 1920's endeavored 
to bring surgical relief to those suffering from a rheu- 
matic heart. More work ol this type was undertaken in 
1948 by Dr. Horace Smithy of the Medical College 
of South Carolina, who designed an especially adapted 
instrument for operation on the mitral valve. 



Since lhat time, much progress has been made. Doc tors now are able 
to transplant arteries which they obtain from the so-called '"artery 
banks.'' Most astounding work has been accomplished with blue babies 
by Dr. Robert Gross, chief surgeon of the Boston Children's Hospital. 
Even plastic fixtures are being applied to the human body. Greatest of 
all these achievements is the mechanical heart-lung apparatus, developed 
by Dr. John H. Gibbon at Harvard Medical School. It allows many of 
the most seriously affected to undergo otherwise impossible surgery. 
The work being done is a forecast of the future, giving promise that 
some da\ heart disease will not take such a toll of humanity. 

Cancer, next only to heart disease as a cause of mortality in this 
country, has annually cost the lives of nearly one million Americans. 
With the advent of newly developed beneficial treatment, the 
American Cancer Society estimates that now seventy thousand patients 
are being saved each year. Contributions from private and public or- 
ganizations have made possible improved teac hing of cancer knowledge 
in tiie medical schools. 

One of the first cancer institutes where scientists and physicians 
tackle the job as a team is the Memorial Hospital in New York, founded 
in 1 8S4 and recently broadened by the addition of the Sloan-Kcttering 
Institute for Cancer Research. There are many such institutes, where 
laboratory knowledge can be quickly applied to the patient. Better and 
bolder surgery is being performed because of the aid of antibiotics, 
greatly improved anesthetics, and more liberal supplies of blood and 
plasma. At Johns Hopkins Hospital. Baltimore. X-Ray cameras basically 
similar to the astronomer's Schmidt camera, are proving successful in 
detection and treatment. Dr. Charles Huggins. President of the American 
Association for Cancer Research, has experimented successfully with 
hormones and. though cautious and conservative, he cannot fail to show 
his enthusiasm. Because of the many detection centres, the co-operation 
of the public is combined with the efforts of doctors in winning the 
fight against this scourge. 

From the brief discussion of two great achievements in modern 
medicine, we can gain some idea of what to expect of this profession, 
in the future. Our doctors and researchers, continually marching on the 
road of progress, inspired both by hope and by the thought of achieve- 
ment. will never falter. Neither must we falter, we who are the reason for 
their unceasing endeavors. The duty is ours, but the results rest with 
God, who alone can inspire men with such great devotion to the cause 
of bettering humanity. 



We ol the yearbook stafl wish to thank, 
the Eollowing, who have given most gen- 
erousl) ol their time and effort 

Committees guided by'. 

Miss Canning 
Miss Norms 

Miss I'l \KS()\ 

Miss Vinim. 

Spet ial Assistants: 
Don md Aim ns 

1' \ I KM I \ Kui I I \IN 
[AN El I l( )l KIN(. 

Marii n Lewis 
B vrbara 1 .1 I I I I 

\ I \ K 1 1 Yti Ll 1/ 

( .11 \KI is M \K I IN 

( !AROI Mi i < 
Fran< is N i nn \ 

( i \K()I IN Pills 

Others, too numerous i<> mention, also 
deserve commendation for their assist 
an< e. 



ACTIVITIES 



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Iii order to achieve success in life, each <>l us should 
realize the importaiu e of duty, duty to pra< t ise fairness in all 
actions. At Weymouth High School, the Student (govern 
meni works constantly to keep before us the necessity oi co 
operation in dealing with hoth stall and fellow students. 

1 .i t us ir \ er forget that duty which is ours. 1 .i t us always 
strive to better conditions wherever we might be. 

Edward Macki nzie 




FOOTBALL 




Again our team ol football specialists baa air 
extremely successful season l>\ winning all 
eight games in then triumphant sweep. \l 
though the) weren't official!) crowned Class-A Foot- 
ball Champs, their performance certain 1) dc erved the 
award. Sparked l>\ (.cue speck. Hobic Kllis. Don 
Aikens, and Gary Shortlidge, and coached l>\ Harry 
Arlanson. the team was one ol which all were 




BASKETBALL 

Unfortunately, our basketball team 
had a rather unsuccessful season, un- 
doubtedly due to the loss of the 
greater part ol our experienced var- 
sity squad of last year. Nevertheless, 
the able coaching of Richard Whit- 
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TRACK 

I lie track ((-.mi. with the 

retUl n ol some ol its let- 

k i men and die addition 
ul othei prospei t\. prom- 
ises, undei i he leadei shi \> 
ol Mi Oral Page, to 
have .1 fine season, both 
in wrintei and spring. 



CROSS COUNTRY 

I Respite the loss oi some 
oi out ln'st runners ai 
various times l)c< ause ol 
illness, the <ioss country 
team won two ol its dual 
meets, and gave its other 
opponents still competi- 
i ion. 





BASEBALL 



Owing to the fact that 
the season hasn't opened 
as yet, our baseball team 
hasn't had an oppor- 
tunity to win or lose a 
game. Yet under the 
capable coaching ol Mr. 
At kinson and Mr. Hayes, 
we can look forward to 
a successful season. 





GIRLS' SPORTS 

I he girls have had an enjoyable 
season playing basketball, vol* 
leyball, badminton, field hockey, 
.iikI Softball. Many ol the Is 
also have taken pan in the after- 
sc hool a< ti\ dies. All have learned 

rules ol good sportsmanship 
nuclei the capable leadership ol 

Miss imold and Mis. Phelps. 




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CHEERLEADERS 

This past year our nine en- 
ergetic cheerleaders did a great 
job encouraging the teams on 
both Legion Field and the 
gym floor. These morale 
builders were: W-Janet Dono- 
van; E-Marilyn Lewis; Y-Caro- 
lyn Pitts; M-Gloria Wheeler; 
O-Sheila Suhovich; U-Janet 
Joseph; T-Sheila Nelson; Id- 
Frances Nenna; and their 
chief was none other than 
Barbara Sylvia. 





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I he band weni through its usual rigorous sched- 
ule o! football games, parades, festivals, and 
< oik ci is, under the direction of Mr. Jack, who 
h.is turned out a magnificent musical organiza- 
tion cadi \ear, with the assistance ol Mr. 
Wright. The majorettes, Donna Pecoraro, Bar- 
bara Puopolo, .\an<\ kecle, Ann Vaughan, fana 
Fowler. Ida Nelson, and their leader. Barbara 
Little, were an additional attraction to the hand 
as the) paraded. 




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ORCHESTRA 

The Orchestra, directed bv Mr. Jack, has 
turned out to be a fine mixture of brass, 
woodwinds, strings and percussion instru- 
ments, and has built a record of hard work. 
We salute that department. 




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CHOIR 

The Choir, under the leadership of Mr. 
Jack, has been moulded into the finest 
blending of voices Weymouth High has ever 
heard. We certainly have enjoyed them at 
their annual concerts and festivals. 




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YEARBOOK STAFF AND 
POLICY COMMITTEE 

For die first time, there has been a group 
assigned to the special task of producing the 
yearbook; later a committee to help them 
was elected. This experiment has borne 
fruit in the many original ideas and changes 
in our book. We thank this stafF for all 
their hard work and enterprise. 



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VOCATIONAL SCHOOL 

The l)o\s who take carpentry built a six-room house and 
the new track on Libby Field. The heating system of the 
horse was made by the sheet-metal workers and the dining 
set was constructed by the cabinet makers. The boys did a 
fine job on the whole house. 

In our print-shop the printing of the yearbooks and Re- 
flectors, and also several programs lor different schools was 
done. 

Main new machines have been added to the auto shop 
in which much general repair work and painting have 
been done by the boys. Alter the boys graduate from Wey- 
mouth Vocational School, the) are prepared to do a good 
job wherever they go. 



CLASSROOMS 

No book oi school life would be complete 
without a picture ol the activities <>l oui 
classrooms. Although occasionally we 
fail to show l>\ our actions our true [eel- 
ings Eoi our teachers, we realize that the 

debl we owe these men and women Eoi 
Friendship, encouragement, and help is 
one we (.in ne\ei repay. 




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AGRICULTURE 

Under the guidance ol Mr. Harold 
.Nelson and Mr. Hdmer Nelson, the 
Agricultural Department lias had i 
very successful year. Mr. Harold Nel- 
son's group built a lean-to greenhouse 
in Weymouth. The hoys won several 
medals at Brockton Fair for their team 
in dairy-cattle judging. The whole 
group took a trip to Sturbridge Vil- 
lage, in relerence to American and 
Agriculture history. The senior class 
attended the Union Agric ulture Meet 
ing in Worcester; later, there was an 
outing at Scituate. 




LIBRARY ASSISTANTS 

Any girl may become ;i library assistant, 
nuclei the direction ot Miss Gloster. These 
girls learn the main ways in which the 
library is run and how to help students 
and teachers find anv desired material. 



LABORATORY ASSISTANTS 

The laboratory assistants, with their dili- 
gent work, have helped the physics and 
chemistry classes in laboratory experiments 
by having the necessary equipment ready. 




SENIOR ACTIVITIES 



I lie scnioi committees, as a 

whole, (lid a splendid job tins 
yeal I lie dec 01 .it ions and 
entertainment, which were 

provided FO! the dances and 

die Senioi Party, wei e appre- 

c iateel l)\ e\ei \one I he other 

committees did then besl to 
help in. ike oui yearbook t 
great success. We wish to ex- 
press Our thanks to them and 
the n lac nll\ acl\ isei s lot mak- 
ings oui senioi yeai sue h an 
enjoyable one. I he class also 
wishes to thank the Pep Club, 

who sponsored the Snow Ball 
I lop to help raise money to 

deft .iv c lass e xpenses. 




PEP CLUB 

This past year the Pep Club has achieved two 
major goals, the purchase of a Weymouth 
banner and the sponsoring of the Snowball 
Hop. The club has succeeded in its many 
responsibilities and, at the same time, fur- 
nished enjoyment to its members. We all 
wish to thank Mr. Stuart and Miss Ghiorse for 
their generosity in giving their time and 



A. V. CLUB 

Under the aide supervision ol Mr. Cleaves 
and Mr. W hite, the A. V. Club fulfilled, as 
usual, its duties faithfully and well. Both the 
school and the members benefited from the 
educational program. 






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ORATORICAL CONTEST 

As in previous years, the an- 
nual Legion Oratorical Contest 
was held. Through .1 process 
ol elimination loin finalists were 
chosen: Nancy Masters, Frances 
Nenna, Carol MacDonald, and 
[anei Beckwith. Each speaka 
gave .in admirable presentation; 
.11 the end <>i the < ontesl . Carol 
MacDonald was announced the 
w inner. 




THE FUTURE NURSES' CLUB 

This past year the Future Nurses' Club was 
organized at Weymouth High, under Miss 
Stockwell. The elected officers were: Presi- 
dent, Carol Mac Donald: Vice-President, 
Joan Lukis; Secretary, Maureen Brown; 
and Treasurer, Jean Jenkins. The purpose 
oi the club is to encourage more girls to be 
"America's Future Nurses". 

SPANISH CLUB 

Again the Spanish Club had a successful 
year. The highlight was the annual Christ- 
mas party, with the traditional "Breaking 
of the Pinata". The members wish to ex- 
press their appreciation to the supervisors, 
Mis. Bedell and Miss Waterman, lor their 
help. Until next year, "Hasta Lueeo'" 



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SENIOR PLAY 

On March 18 and 19, the Senior ( Mass sua essfully 
presented a three-aci comedy, entitled "Junioi 
Miss", written l>\ [erome Chodoroi and | » >n<-j >l i 
Fields, based on the book l>v s.dh Benson. It was 
undei the direction ol Miss Edna Flaherty. [*hc 
i ast u.is ;is follows: Harry Graves, Charles Mar- 
tin; Grace Graves, fanei [ohnson; Hilda, Nancy 
Masters; Lois Graves, Barbara Leggett; [udy 
Graves, Nancy Bowman; Fluff] Adams. |anei 
Donovan; | B. Curtis, Gary Hochberg; Ellen 
(.miis. [oan Bush; Willis Reynolds, Kenneth 
Karl berg; Barlow Adams, Paul Masterson; West- 
ern Union I><>\. Richard Gauley; Merrill Feur- 
ixxk. Patrick Rivelli; Sterling Brown, Chestei 
Miller; VI ben Kunody, Eugene Speck; Tommy 
Vrbuckle, rhomas Barnes; Haskell Cummings, 
Richard Payne; and [oe, David Dean. 




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Now another milestone is passed as we go forth to seek 
oui place in life. While striving for the realization ol our 
ambitions and desire, we should bear in mind t hi* joy of ac- 
complishment and the relative unimportance oi material 

siu ( ess. 

I he true value o\ our Lives cannot be measured in units 
ol wealth or lame; it is not concerned with occupation or 
salary, nor is it affe< ted b\ an} re< ognition gained. 

We should experience great satisfaction when helping 
out Fellow nun and appreciate tin- genuine pleasure ol 
Friendship. 

Even though we ma) attain great heights ol mate 
rial success, there is more in life ol far greater value. 

CtiARJ 1 s M \K I I N 



CLASS WILL 

Duty was ours all through the years, 

To prepare ourselves for our chosen careers. 

Most of us appreciate these years of school. 

To meet success was our thought and rule. 

Each teacher to us was a guiding star. 

Without -which -we could not have ventured far 

As we think over the work assigned. 

How glad we are to have improved our minds, 

And. looking back on this task now done. 

We find that the Class Will can be fun. 



TEACH ERS 

1. Freshman teachers, we of Fifty-Four 
Do will memories which will restore 
All the trials from term to term 

You suffered with us until we learned. 

2. Sophomore teachers, we do proclaim 
Understanding that will bring you lame. 
We know the freshmen yet to come 

W ill enter with problems, one by one. 

3. funior teachers, in departing from you, 
We leave your kindness that's ever so true. 
Our knowledge increased throughout the days, 
From your teaching and clever ways. 

.]. Senior teachers, we leave behind 

Your altitude of co-operation so hard to find. 
Now we rate that value in true degree, 
Even though at times it was hard to see. 

SENIOR HOME ROOMS 

5. Our bequests to'. 

a. Mr. Whittemore of Room 3 

Main friendly associations. 

b. Miss Norris of Room 210 

A new air-conditioning system. 

c. Miss Mc Morrow of Room 21 1 

An automatic device to regulate the heat. 

d. Mr. Reams ol Room 212 

A chute for disposal of unaccepted excuses. 

e. Mr. Raymond of Room 213 

More room for his varied set of closets. 

1. Miss Canning ol Room 21G 

Larger desks and chairs to accommodate her 
students. 

g. Miss Vining, Miss Pearson, of Room 307 

A record repeating, "Quiet, please! Quiet, please!" 



ii. Mi. Brown, we bequeath to you 

\n elevated stairway to help you through 
Those noisy, crowded passage ways, 
The <on idors, w here many "play". 

-. Miss White, we bequeath to you 
Sets and sets ol hooks, all brand new. 
We realize you will have more inn, 
Giving oui so man) books, one b] one. 

s. Mr. Delahunt, we hecpieath to you 
\ line-looking secretary evei so true, 
ro correct those miserable economic tests, 

So you i. in sii hack and lake a lest. 

!». ( .o.K Ik s. we bequeath to you 
Plent) oi time to help you through 
I hose speei hes whit h you should prepare 
Foi <>ii i assemblies, which are rare. 

n>. Fire Drill ( Committee, we do w ill 
A. shim brass pole foi your drill, 
So, when you're up on the third floor, 
You can rapidly descend to the right door. 

1 1. Student Council, we do bequeath 

\ whip ol authority to use when meet. 
Should an) pupil step out ol line. 
A t ra< k ol thai whip w ill make things fine. 

i .'. We, the Will Committee, do bequeath 
Two chairmen just as fine and neat 
As Mai ilyn and [ake have proved this year. 
So let s give them both a rousing cheer. 



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13. To all the Secretaries we wish to leave 
Six extra hours, so they need not grieve. 
When time slips by anil duty beckons, 
They'll have this source upon w hich to reckon. 




14. To Mr. Lyons, we need nothing give, 
Because we think, the way you live, 
You've ( aught our hearts all lour years, 
Especially the ones sent to you in tears. 

15. Mr. W hittle, we leave to you 
Thanks from us which are too few. 
With your (harm and winning way, 
May you be happy all through the day. 

16. Mr. Mapes and School Committee, we leave to you 
Many thoughts and wishes which are your due. 
The (are and time you've devoted to Fifty-Four 
Should in the future inspire our goals to soar. 



17. We, the Class of '54, leave to W.V. and W.H.S. 
A witty sense of humor and four years of success, 
An intellect so brilliant and shining out so bright 
That it will ever and always be a guiding light. 



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LOYELL'S CORNER 



Specializes in Men and Children 



Compliments of 

COLONIAL 

Cleansers and Dyers 

Repair Work • Alterations 

FURRIERS 

Grade " A " Cleansing 

6 Wilbur Street 
South Weymouth 

Dave Hegarty Tel. WE 9-1277 


Compliments of 

ORCUTT'S 

FROZEN FOODS 

81 POND STREET 
SOUTH WEYMOUTH 

Tel. WE 9-3126-W 


Compliments of 
Funeral Service 

134 Pleaseant Street 
South Weymouth 


Compliments of 

KMSSOK & ericson 

wum co., inc. 

Realtors 
Building Contracting 

801 Washington Street 
East Weymouth, Mass. 

Tel. WE 9-2478 




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Compliments of 



CLARK 



AEKET 



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Burton 
Clothing Mfg. Co. 



FACTORY 

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kos rON, M VSS \< I II si i i s 



FACTORY OUTLET 

ROUTES 3 6i is 
W I t MOI rH. MASSACHUSETTS 
WE 9-3903-R 

■»(>•• 

J »"< £ lol t,nu| at n j actorv "pricc^ 

Suit > $39.50 to $58.00 
Topcoats $27.50 to $5P.60 



BARKER'S 

T Commercial Stationers 

+ Loose Leaf Equipment 
+ Adding Machines 
+ Office Supplies 
+ Greeting Cards 
+ Visible Records 
+ Filing Systems 
+ Typewriters 

1 Maple Street, Quincy Square 
GRanite 2-2122 



A. E. BARNES & CO. 

(ESTABLISHED 1915) 



INSURANCE 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 



COLUMBIAN SQUARE 
SOUTH WEYMOUTH, MASS. 



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C. E. JANSEN 

CO. 
5 C to H 00 Store 

100 Pleasant Street 
South Weymouth 

"your friendly five 
and ten" 


Edward F. Joubert 

Men's and Boys' 

APPAREL SHOES 

85 PLEASANT STREET 
SOUTH WEYMOUTH 


Say It With Flowers" 

1 SPEAR'S 

Slower *S)Lop 

FLORAL DESIGNS 

CUT FLOWERS • PLANTS 
DECORATIONS • CORSAGES 

EAST WEYMOUTH, MASS. 
WE 9-0049 


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SOUTH SHORE 

PONTIAC, Inc. 

At the Herring Run 

PONTIAC CARS • GMC TRUCKS 

Expert Repairing on all Makes of Cars 
Body and Fender Work ' Auto Painting 

Sales and Service 

1407-11 Commercial Street 
East Weymouth 

Tel. WE 9-1421 WE 9-3530 



If it's Fire Insurance or Automobile 
Insurance you can place confidence in 

Charles G. Jordan 

Telephone W Eymouth 9-0 127 
If) FROM SI Rill. \\ 1 MOl III 


Feminine Apparel 

See Us At Our New Store 

39 \\ 'ashingUm St. 
WE 9-4341 


ORDERS PUT UP TO TAKH OUT 

l\ancl(j J 

FRIED CLAMS 

Dituiers served 

IN OUR DINING ROOM 

. \ 11 sea food ['tin based 
in the Capeway Fish Market 

Junction of Routes 3 and 1 8 


"M<>\ <•■« - Water 1 Icatrrs 
Ca> Appliances 

Plumer E. Pope 
& Son, Inc. 

776 Broad Street 
East Weymouth 
WE 9-1900 

Motto: Friends hip and Goodwill 



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ifo/ Wishes to the 




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rSurrell s 


Graduations may come 


Variety Store 


And graduations may go . . . 




But HUNT'S has been here 


Commercial Square 


Since 1888 


East Weymouth 


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Compliments of 


Compliments of 


Sljr g>mttl| f rtnt 




FEME PRINTING 


Commercial Square 
East Weymouth 




MEATS • GROCERIES 
SEA FOODS • FROSTED FOODS 


Jackson Square East Weymouth 


FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 


WE 9-3335 


Tel. WE 9-2026 



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Compliments of 

South Shore 
Electric Supply 

455 Washington Street 
Weymouth 88, Mass. 

EDgewater !-<><> »<i 

IlMCtioa lt"til<*n I anH Ift 
\ our r nrn<H\ 1 >i»i i i i "f 


United Burner Service 

Silent Glow Oil Burners 
I Imfaf Ttnfcrn Tml fTili Wwgf Ofli 

1 Ir.tn.jl \|<pluiur> - KjJioi - KrcorJi 
I clc v ikion 

J.ickson Square East Weymouth 
Tel. WE 9-1630 


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Twin Motor Sales, Inc. 

Meyer Edelstcin D.ivid Edelstcin 

Tel. WEymouth P-3000 
Tel. WEymouth 9-3512 

547 BRIDGE STREET 
NORTH WEYMOUTH 


It— 

Compliments of 

HANSON'S 

Wayside Furniture 

21 Park Avenue South Weymouth 



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Compliments of 


Tel. BR 2-3360 


2)orotlicf ^y4nn 
Shop 

Women's, Children's 
and 
Infants' Wear 
Juvenile Furniture 


SCHAFER'S 

CAMERA SHOP 

CAMERAS ♦ FILM 
SUPPLIES ♦ MOVIES 


16 Commercial Street 
Weymouth 88, Mass. 
WE 9-4262 

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Picture Frames Made to Order 

11 Commercial St., Weymouth Landing 


Compliments of 


Compliments of 




MIKE'S SERVICE 
STATION 






Columbian Square 


Columbian Square 


South Weymouth, Mass. 


South Weymouth, Mass. 



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